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Carrière

[ ka-ryer ]
/ kaˈryɛr /
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noun
Eu·gène [œ-zhen], /œˈʒɛn/, 1849–1906, French painter and lithographer.
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How to use Carrière in a sentence

  • Was it he, or Carriere who at Arras commanded mothers to stand by while their children were being guillotined?

    The Elusive Pimpernel|Baroness Emmuska Orczy
  • All the stragglers who had lagged behind arrived, one after another, excepting the poor Canadian voyageur, Carriere.

    Astoria|Washington Irving
  • It would be quite possible, as Carriere suggests, to distinguish a third type of glands—the mixed type.

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