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Poiret

[pwah-rey; French pwa-re] /pwɑˈreɪ; French pwaˈrɛ/
noun
1.
Paul
[pawl] /pɔl/ (Show IPA),
1879–1944, French fashion designer.
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  • Poiret claimed that it was a spider, the teacher, thought it might be a caterpillar.

  • Theyre right when they say Well, Poiret,hmnot before the ladies.

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  • It was taken for granted that Poiret would not be replaced, and that would be a retrenchment.

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  • They all depart except Phellion and Poiret, who are left alone.

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  • Well, young Poiret junior, you see,—all these gentlemen understand me.

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  • "I knew how it would end," remarked that lady, addressing Poiret.

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  • "But the poor lady has had no dinner," said Poiret, with piteous entreaty.

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  • And that old witch of a Michonneau goes and takes Poiret with her!

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  • "I'm afraid Poiret came while we were out," said Clapart to his wife.

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