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Pagnol

[ pa-nyawl ]
/ paˈnyɔl /
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noun
Mar·cel [mar-sel], /marˈsɛl/, 1895–1974, French playwright.
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British Dictionary definitions for Pagnol

Pagnol
/ (French panjol) /

noun
Marcel (Paul) (marsɛl). 1895–1974, French dramatist, film director, and novelist, noted for his depiction of Provençal life in such films as Manon des Sources (1952; remade 1986)
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