- Jules [zhyl] /ʒül/, 1812–89, French painter.
- Mar·cel [mar-sel] /marˈsɛl/, 1886–1971, French organist and composer.
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In March 2008, she was the other woman in the Eliot Spitzer sex scandal immortalized by one tabloid headline as YOU, ME & DUPRE.Ashley Dupré in Exile
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Dupre saw that there was profit in store for him, and went about it at once.
"You might let her take some lessons from the dancing-master Dupre," said he.
Dupre flashed round on his moccasined heel and reached her in a stride.The Maid of the Whispering Hills
Vingie E. Roe
Hearing him speak of dancing, I asked him if he could tell me the address of Dupre, the ballet-master.
On the day fixed for the ball I stayed to dinner at the Dupre's to be present at Agatha's toilette.
- Marcel (marsɛl). 1886–1971, French organist and composer, noted as an improviser
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