- Charles É·mile [sharl ey-meel] /ʃarl eɪˈmil/, 1856–1941, French mathematician.
- Jean [zhahn] /ʒɑ̃/, 1620–82, French astronomer.
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In fact, Picard had stored objects everywhere: with neighbors, with his relatives.My Grandfather's War: Recovering the Art the Nazis Stole
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Her 2011 deposition did become part of the record of Picard v. Mets Ltd.Noreen Harrington: The Mets’ Madoff Whistle-Blower
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Correspondent Morley Safer and Picard suggested that Mark, “of all the people that should have known… should have known.”Madoff Book's 9 Juiciest Bits
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It means they could recover more than 50 cents on the dollar, Picard said.
Picard said Madoff investors who face “clawback suits” can file for hardship with his office and have the cases dropped.
Savigny and Corréard, are already acquainted with the Picard family.Perils and Captivity
Charlotte-Adlade [ne Picard] Dard
In 1683 he came to England with one Picard, a painter of architecture.Art in England
Le bel appears not only as Bell but also, through Picard, as Beal.The Romance of Names
I have consulted Picard and shown him the rent-roll and balance-sheet I had already shown you.
Picard returned to the chateau wondering at the colonel's strange manner.
- Jean (ʒɑ̃). 1620–82, French astronomer. He was the first to make a precise measurement of a longitude line, enabling him to estimate the earth's radius