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Jolivet

[zhaw-lee-ve] /ʒɔ liˈvɛ/
noun
1.
André
[ahn-drey] /ɑ̃ˈdreɪ/ (Show IPA),
1905–74, French composer.
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  • But just as the ropes were being cast off, Jolivet appeared, tearing along.

    Michael Strogoff Jules Verne
  • Blount and Jolivet's interest was, therefore, contrary to that of Michael.

    Michael Strogoff Jules Verne
  • Jolivet had, as has been said, taken his seat on the raft, when he felt a hand laid on his arm.

    Michael Strogoff Jules Verne
  • The apprehensions of Jolivet and Blount may be better understood than described.

    Michael Strogoff Jules Verne
  • Neither were Jolivet and Blount idle, but fought bravely with the brutes.

    Michael Strogoff Jules Verne
  • Jolivet's fury may be imagined, though under any other circumstances he would have thought it fair warfare.

    Michael Strogoff Jules Verne
  • Jolivet and Blount, placed near them, stood these first assaults of the Siberian winter as well as they could.

    Michael Strogoff Jules Verne
  • Michael had crept forward; Jolivet followed; both listened to what the old boatman and his men were saying.

    Michael Strogoff Jules Verne
  • Jolivet and Blount very naturally assisted at this marriage, of which they wished to give an account to their readers.

    Michael Strogoff Jules Verne
  • When Miss Jolivet reached them Frohman was smoking a cigar and was calm and apparently undisturbed.

    Charles Frohman: Manager and Man

    Isaac Frederick Marcosson and Daniel Frohman

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