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Giraud

[zhee-roh] /ʒiˈroʊ/
noun
1.
Henri Honoré
[ahn ree aw-naw-rey] /ɑ̃ ˈri ɔ nɔˈreɪ/ (Show IPA),
1879–1949, French general.
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  • "Here," he said, when the door was closed—and he handed Giraud the key of his own study.

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  • "Miste is astir at last," I said, handing the message to Giraud.

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  • "And you ask me to believe that," laughed Giraud, scornfully.

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  • In a moment Giraud was by my side, and clapped a handful of snow on my cheek.

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  • Giraud would not let me finish the brandy in his flask, but kept some for an emergency.

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  • A fortnight elapsed, during which Giraud was my faithful attendant.

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  • Giraud looked at me with a dry smile when we stood in the fresh air again.

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  • But Giraud returned with his two lamps resplendent with light.

  • Havent you told Giraud to ask me to sing, that he doesnt mention it?

  • It was two oclock, and I thought that Giraud would be in his office.

British Dictionary definitions for Giraud

Giraud

/French ʒiro/
noun
1.
Henri Honoré (ɑ̃riɔnɔre). 1879–1949, French general, who commanded French forces in North Africa (1942–43)
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