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Mercier

[French mer-syey] /French mɛrˈsyeɪ/
noun
1.
Désiré Joseph
[dey-zee-rey zhaw-zef] /deɪ ziˈreɪ ʒɔˈzɛf/ (Show IPA),
1851–1926, Belgian cardinal and patriot.
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  • Mr. Mercier withdrew that expedition, and offered $3,000 reward for the capture of Morrison!

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  • Did the Mercier Government, then, confess that it had abdicated its functions?

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  • Mr. Mercier obtained from the city of Montreal the loan of fifteen picked men.

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  • Or was it, Mercier wondered, his young wife that he meant to keep?

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  • Mercier leaned back against the shelves of white jars and pondered.

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  • Now, in that moment, the moment of his recovery, another thought had occurred to Mercier.

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