- Pi·erre Elliott [pee-air] /piˈɛər/, 1919–2000, Canadian political leader: prime minister 1968–79 and 1980–84.
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Both Trudeau and Alter, levelheaded as they are, are extremely meticulous about their production.
When he initially told Trudeau about the potential deal, the Doonesbury legend was nervous.
“From the beginning they said they wanted to be competitive with HBO,” Trudeau says.
From behind a curtain, Trudeau is politely coaching the actors through the scene, encouraging them to go bigger.
When he agreed to star in it, Trudeau was as confused as he was overjoyed and surprised.
Trudeau's is a reminder of the jolly bustling inns of a century ago.Two on the Trail
Trudeau sat and thought that night, while the other slept heavily.Yellowstone Nights
He called for two more men, and Trudeau and Nunez joined him.
Trudeau and I will hit them from the left and tumble them over you.
Rip, slowed by his crash with Trudeau, got his feet under him again.
- Pierre Elliott . 1919–2000, Canadian statesman; Liberal prime minister (1968–79; 1980–84)
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