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Erckmann-Chatrian

[ erk-man-sha-tree-ahn ]
/ ɛrk man ʃa triˈɑ̃ /
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noun
joint pen name of É·mile Erckmann [ey-meel], /eɪˈmil/, 1822–99, and A·le·xan·dre Chatrian [a-lek-sahn-druh], /a lɛkˈsɑ̃ drə/, 1826–90, collaborating French novelists and dramatists.
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