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Comte

(Isidore) Auguste (Marie François) . 1798--1857, French mathematician and philosopher; the founder of positivism
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Raoul seized his father by the shoulders, by the neck, as he could, and embraced him so tenderly and so rapidly, that the comte had neither strength nor time to disengage himself, or to overcome his paternal emotions.
You will be displeased, no doubt, monsieur le comte, because I have seen "
Now, my friend," said the comte, with his soft smile, and in his customary tone, "let us talk of other matters.
The comte forgot to inquire after Mazarin; that was an old habit.
The comte closed his manuscript, took the young man's arm, and went out into the garden with him.
Oh, yes, monsieur le comte, you know me and I know you.
This was the manner in which Athos and Raoul were, as usual, conversing, and walking backwards and forwards in the long alley of limes in the park, when the bell which served to announce to the comte either the hour of dinner or the arrival of a visitor, was rung; and, without attaching any importance to it, he turned towards the house with his son; and at the end of the alley they found themselves in the presence of Aramis and Porthos.
No, I do not hesitate; but I really pity this poor Comte de Wardes, since you have ceased to love him.
The Comte de Wardes of Thursday and the D'Artagnan of today are the same person.
Claudia Comte is known for her installations, in which she sets wooden sculptures against graphic backgrounds.
Here, you'll find cheeses like Morbier, Mont d'Or and Comte.
Le comte Ory: Opera en deux actes = Opera in two acts = Opera in due atti.