Gas·ton [gas-tawn], /gasˈtɔ̃/, 1863–1937, French statesman: president of France 1924–31.
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How to use Doumergue in a sentence
But what the chaplain, M. Doumergue, said was well worth hearing.My Memoirs | Marguerite Steinheil
The curious bibliographical history of the book is given in Doumergue, Jean Calvin, ii.A History of the Reformation (Vol. 2 of 2) | Thomas M. Lindsay
That evening M. Caillaux tendered his resignation, and M. Doumergue, after a hesitating resistance, was constrained to accept it.The Annual Register 1914 | Anonymous
A sigh passed between his lips, and Doumergue had gone with the rest.A Soldier of the Legion | Edward Morlae
The Doumergue Ministry resigned soon after the elections which it had carried through.A History of the Third French Republic | C. H. C. Wright