Père Fran·çois d'Aix de [per frahn-swadeks duh], /pɛr frɑ̃ˈswa dɛks də/, 1624–1709, French Roman Catholic priest: confessor to Louis XIV.
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Gas·ton [gas-tuhn; French ga-stawn], /ˈgæs tən; French gaˈstɔ̃/, 1882–1935, U.S. sculptor, born in France.
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How to use La Chaise in a sentence
Jeanne's body, secreted away, was only later reburied next to his, in Père Lachaise.
Camusot promised to purchase a plot of ground for her in the cemetery of Pere-Lachaise.Repertory Of The Comedie Humaine, Complete, A -- Z | Anatole Cerfberr and Jules Franois Christophe
On certain festivals of the year there are a thousand mourners to every acre of Pre Lachaise.A Wanderer in Paris | E. V. Lucas
He left his studio only to visit her grave in Pre-Lachaise, or to wander alone along the outer boulevards.The History of Modern Painting, Volume 1 (of 4) | Richard Muther
He was buried by his own directions in Montmartre, "in order to avoid being disturbed by the crowd and bustle of Pre Lachaise."Modernities | Horace Barnett Samuel
She wanted to be buried beside her husband, her first husband, "the hero," in the Pre Lachaise cemetery.The Enemies of Women | Vicente Blasco Ibez