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Passy

[ pa-see ]
/ paˈsi /
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noun
Fré·dé·rick [frey-dey-reek], /freɪ deɪˈrik/, 1822–1912, French economist and statesman: Nobel Peace Prize 1901.
his son, Paul É·douard [pawl ey-dwar], /pɔl eɪˈdwar/, 1859–1940, French phonetician.
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Passy
/ (French pasi) /

noun
Frédéric (frederik). 1822–1912, French politician and economist, who campaigned for international arbitration to prevent war: shared the first Nobel peace prize 1901
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