[ruh-nawlt; French ruh-noh]
- Lou·is [loo-ee; French lwee] /ˈlu i; French lwi/, 1843–1918, French jurist: Nobel Peace Prize 1907.
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Examples from the Web for renault
They carjacked a Renault Clio, took the car, and fled with it.Police Hunt for Paris Massacre Suspects
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He keeps the papal Mercedes parked in the Vatican garage and insists on tooling around Rome in well-worn 1984 Renault.Pope Francis Is Time’s Man of The Year
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The Renault Fluence delivered a smooth and quiet ride with lots of pickup.Electric Cars: A Flickering Business Model
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It's when Rick instructs Renault to sign the letters of transit--"in the names of Ilsa Lund and Victor Laszlo."Whom Did Ilsa Really Desire?
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On Merah's suggestion, police searched a rented Renault Megane utility vehicle parked nearby and found a cache of weapons.French Shooting Suspect Mohamed Merah Under Siege in Raid
March 22, 2012
Renault—8-cylinder, air-cooled; 50 horse power; weight 374 pounds.Flying Machines
W.J. Jackman and Thos. H. Russell
M. and Mme. Renault exhorted their son to submission and deference.
Young Renault rejoiced in advance over the happiness of his fiancée.
He reposes in the spot which young Renault had bought for him.
During these proceedings, Mme. Renault sent to inquire if she could come in.