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[ruh-nawlt; French ruh-noh] /rəˈnɔlt; French rəˈnoʊ/
[loo-ee;; French lwee] /ˈlu i;; French lwi/ (Show IPA),
1843–1918, French jurist: Nobel Peace Prize 1907. Unabridged
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  • According to an account written later by a person who was not present at the siege, Renault lost his Fort by a quarter of an hour.

  • Renault—8-cylinder, air-cooled; 50 horse power; weight 374 pounds.

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  • The nearest in power were a Renault and an Hispano-Suiza, both rated at 300 horsepower.

  • Mme. Renault did not yet know where they had put Leon's baggage.

  • To return, however, to Renault and the garrison of Chandernagore.

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