[ doo-uh-mel, dyoo-; French dy-a-mel ]
/ ˌdu əˈmɛl, ˌdyu-; French dü aˈmɛl /
Georges [zhawrzh], /ʒɔrʒ/, Denis Thévenin, 1884–1966, French novelist, physician, poet, and essayist.
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How to use Duhamel in a sentence
Starring: Shia LaBeouf, Megan Fox, Josh Duhamel Director: Michael Bay Release Date: June 2009 “A pile of glittering junk!”
Duhamel and Rebiere showed that an injection of a trace of red colloidal selenium into rabbits increased urea excretion regularly.
Good illustrations of the fruit may be seen in Duhamel, Traité des Arbres, edit.
It would then be seen which forms represented in the plates of Risso, Duhamel, and others, are nearest to the wild types.
Duhamel's eyes kindled and his parchment-like skin was puckered into a hundred evil wrinkles.
Duhamel's face grew dark as the young man spoke, and his eyes became sad and very thoughtful.
British Dictionary definitions for Duhamel
Georges (ʒɔrʒ). 1884–1966, French novelist, poet, and dramatist; author of La Chronique des Pasquier (1933–45)
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