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Vanier

[ van-yey, van-yey; French va-nyey ]

noun

  1. Georges P. [jawrj, zhaw, r, zh], 1888–1967, Canadian soldier and diplomat: governor-general 1959–67.
  2. a city in SE Ontario, in S Canada, near Ottawa, on the Ottawa River.
  3. a town in S Quebec, in E Canada: suburb of Quebec.


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M. Vanier is now employed as a pilot, and is about to go to the straits of Malacca, with a cargo of sugar from Turan.

The first edition, illustrated, was published in 1905, by Vanier-Messein.

In 1858 the Vanier brothers started a steam grist mill which was a great convenience for early settlers.

Dr. Vanier, of Havre, looks upon the prepuce as the most frequent cause of onanism.

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