- A·lex·is Saint-Lé·ger [a-lek-see san-ley-zhey] /a lɛkˈsi sɛ̃ leɪˈʒeɪ/. St.-John Perse.
- Fer·nand [fer-nahn] /fɛrˈnɑ̃/, 1881–1955, French artist.
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He loved early 20th-century paintings, especially by Modigliani, Picasso, Leger, and Rouault.Why I Admired a Porn King
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They reached the bay, and descended at the spot where the Leger ought to have been at anchor.The World Peril of 1910
A detachment of the 520th Leger has marched in pursuit of the pretender and his dupes.Burlesques
William Makepeace Thackeray
Early in 1541 St. Leger received authority to summon a Parliament.Ireland under the Tudors, Volume I (of II)
The "Prime Minister" was now one of the favourites for the Leger.
He'll put a lot of money on this 'orse of yours for the Leger if he's managed right.
- Fernand (fɛrnɑ̃). 1881–1955, French cubist painter, influenced by industrial technology
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