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Turenne

[ too-ren; French ty-ren ]
/ tʊˈrɛn; French tüˈrɛn /
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noun
Hen·ri de la Tour d'Au·vergne de [ahn-ree duh la -toor doh-vern-yuh duh], /ɑ̃ˈri də la ˈtur doʊˈvɛrn yə də/, 1611–75, French general and marshal.
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Turenne
/ (French tyrɛn) /

noun
Vicomte de, title of Henri de la Tour d'Auvergne . 1611–75, French marshal. He commanded armies during the Thirty Years' War and the wars of the Fronde
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