- Jean Pierre [zhahn pyer] /ʒɑ̃ pyɛr/, 1776–1850, Haitian political leader: president 1818–43.
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“Fiber is great for us, but the reason for these cold-pressed detoxes is to remove the fiber so your body can rest,” says Boyer.
If you are going to exercise, workouts need to be less intense and properly timed, says Boyer.
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“We want our presidents to look presidential; like our better selves,” Boyer explains.Ron Paul Style: Candidate’s Libertarian Fashion on 2012 Campaign Trail
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Petion died in 1818, and was succeeded by Boyer, as president for life.Great Events in the History of North and South America
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When the shop-boy arrived, he asked Vitalis for news of Madame Boyer.
To Madame Boyer her illness had brought hours of torment, and at last remorse.
It was arranged that he should pass as a nephew of Madame Boyer, the cousin of Marie.
Suddenly Madame Boyer fell ill, and was confined to her bed.
- Charles (ʃarl), known as the Great Lover . 1899–1978, French film actor
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