Phi·lippe de [fee-leepduh], /fiˈlip də/, 1290?–1361, French music theorist, composer, and poet.
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How to use Vitry in a sentence
Our historian, James de Vitry; he subsequently became one of the hostages.The History of the Knights Templars, the Temple Church, and the Temple | Charles G. Addison
Orders (p. 096) were issued for an immediate return to Vitry in order to secure reliable information.The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte | William Milligan Sloane
Now with dramatic suddenness death touches Vitry with her chill fingers.
There was a general exodus from Vitry and I secured standing room in a wagon of the last train leaving for Arras.
It is an extraordinary fact, that the Cardinal de Vitry makes no mention of the second crusade.The History of Chivalry | G. P. R. James