[too-ren; French ty-ren]
- Hen·ri de la Tour d'Au·vergne de [ahn-ree duh la toor doh-vern-yuh duh] /ɑ̃ˈri də la ˈtur doʊˈvɛrn yə də/, 1611–75, French general and marshal.
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A young Brooklyn artist named Marc Ganzglass was showing a recent piece called "Turenne Railing".Duchamp's Time Machine
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Condé and Turenne were after their campaign with the Imperialists at the height of their fame.Reflections
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He might have crushed Turenne, and ought to have attempted it, but he let him slip from his grasp.Political Women (Vol. 1 of 2)
These are the acts which win the attachment of soldiers, and Turenne was idolized by his.
The character of Turenne was more remarkable for solidity than for brilliancy.
Cond was in arms against the government, but he was defeated by Turenne.
- Vicomte de, title of Henri de la Tour d'Auvergne . 1611–75, French marshal. He commanded armies during the Thirty Years' War and the wars of the Fronde
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