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Duparc

/ dypark /

noun

  1. DuparcHenri18481933MFrenchMUSIC: composer of songs Henri (ɑ̃ri), full name Marie Eugène Henri Fouques Duparc. 1848–1933, French composer of songs noted for their sad brooding quality


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Madame Duparc explained to Marie the various duties which she was expected to perform, on the evening when she entered the house.

It was the last day of happiness the poor creature was to enjoy in the house of Madame Duparc.

Meanwhile, Madame Duparc fetched from a neighbouring apothecary's, one of the apprentices of the shop, to see her father.

She mixed this flour and put it into the saucepan in the presence of Madame Duparc and her daughter.

This shocking catastrophe, startling and suspicious as it was, did not appear to discompose the nerves of Madame Duparc.

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