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Moreau

1. Gustave 1826--98, French symbolist painter
2. Jean Victor . 1763--1813, French general in the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars
3. Jeanne . born 1928, French stage and film actress. Her films include Jules et Jim (1961), Diary of a Chambermaid (1964), and The Proprietor (1996)
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On the day of its publication a wretched dog, flayed and otherwise mutilated, escaped from Moreau's house.
It is useless to relate the activity with which Josette, Jacquelin, Mariette, Moreau, and his agents went about their functions.
HSBC Holdings (LSE: HSBA) has announced that it has appointed Nicolas Moreau as head of its fund business.
Moreau, the Rhode Island Supreme Court has brought closure to what it called a "sad and scandal-plagued chapter" in the city's history.
Moreau, 62 of Gillespie, formerly of Lakewood, passed away Friday, Feb.
For this new position, the firm has hired veteran finance professional Randy Moreau to join the Financial Management team as Chief Accounting Officer.
The film was directed by Martin Provost and cast were included Yolande Moreau and Ulrich Tukur.
Dominique Jacovides, 59, and Cyril Moreau, 32, deny taking the pictures of Kate and her husband, Prince William, despite being convicted of an invasion of privacy.
Frankfurt: Building a more resilient and sustainable food system was the theme of a roundtable discussion hosted at the Zig Zag building in London on Tuesday by Nicolas Moreau, Head of Deutsche Asset Management and Member of the Management Board.
By: Nizar Ahmed CAIRO -- 21 November 2017: The 39th Cairo International Film Festival will honor late French Actress and Director Jeanne Moreau with a screening of the celebrated 1962 classic "Jules and Jim".
Iconic French actress Jeanne Moreau was found dead at her Paris home aged 89, the district's mayor told (http://www.france24.com/en/20170731-acclaimed-french-actress-jeanne-moreau-dead-89) Agence France-Presse (AFP) on Monday.