Re·né [ruh-ney], /rəˈneɪ/, 1887–1976, French diplomat and human-rights advocate: at the United Nations 1946–68; Nobel Peace Prize 1968.
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How to use Cassin in a sentence
This bird is much like Cassin Auklet, but lacking the white spot over the eye and having a white breast.Western Bird Guide | Chester A. (Chester Albert) Reed, Harry F. Harvey, and Rex I. Brasher
Captain Cassin was seen coolly walking the taffrail, a target for every shot, but he escaped without a wound, as if by a miracle.Twelve Naval Captains | Molly Elliot Seawell
The Cassin which was making fifteen knots continued on its course until near the position where the submarine had disappeared.Kelly Miller's History of the World War for Human Rights | Kelly Miller
To his courage and his quickness is due the fact that Ingram's was the only life lost in the German attack on the Cassin.The Stars & Stripes, Vol 1, No 1, February 8, 1918 | American Expeditionary Forces
The mother-in-law's fears certainly did not materialize, for Mrs. Cassin, junior, lived a long and honored life.A Portrait of Old George Town | Grace Dunlop Ecker