[roo-oh; French rwoh]
- Georges [zhawrzh] /ʒɔrʒ/, 1871–1958, French painter.
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Old Rouault would not have been sorry to be rid of his daughter, who was of no use to him in the house.
Old Rouault arrived, and fainted on the Place when he saw the black cloth!
Old Rouault was seeing him off; they were walking along the road full of ruts; they were about to part.
Old Rouault said that he could not have been cured better by the first doctor of Yvetot, or even of Rouen.
One morning old Rouault brought Charles the money for setting his leg—seventy-five francs in forty-sou pieces, and a turkey.
- Georges (ʒɔrʒ). 1871–1958, French expressionist artist. His work is deeply religious; it includes much stained glass
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