- Fré·dé·rick [frey-dey-reek] /freɪ deɪˈrik/, 1822–1912, French economist and statesman: Nobel Peace Prize 1901.
- his sonPaul É·douard [pawl ey-dwar] /pɔl eɪˈdwar/, 1859–1940, French phonetician.
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Examples from the Web for passy
She sobbed still more and stammered, 'I beseech you, monsieur, take me to Passy.
I am going to the station, where my trunk must have arrived by now, and then I shall drive to Passy.'
The second part, which follows, was written at Passy in 1784.Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin
At Passy we were received with shrugging shoulders and outspread hands.
He and I set off again for Passy, by train this time, as our need was more urgent.
- Frédéric (frederik). 1822–1912, French politician and economist, who campaigned for international arbitration to prevent war: shared the first Nobel peace prize 1901
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