Mary de Medici, her portrait mistaken by Papillon and fournier for a specimen of her own engraving on wood, 461.
"fournier, a baker, or one that keeps, or governs a common oven" (Cotgrave).
It was partly in order to counterpoise the power of archdeacons that bishops created officials (fournier, p. 8).
Ring, Coutouly and fournier have played us every kind of trick.
To the ingenious mind of fournier an elaborate one occurred.
It was ill-done of Father fournier, she said afterward; had he not heard her fully in confession?
To revive the old factory which fournier had vacated was an opportunity not to be missed.
Aqua capsulitis is more common than the others, according to fournier.
Canon fournier's house was in the neighborhood of the cathedral, and as secluded, green, and garlanded as any.
Of women who become syphilitic, according to fournier, twenty per cent.