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  • 633385Q31591Henri Émile SauvageHenri ÉmileSauvageSauvage,_Henri Émile18421917Naturalist, zoologist "Amphibious Fishes," in Popular Science Monthly Volume
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  • Matamata By Henri Émile Sauvage 620667Popular Science Monthly Volume 16 March 1880 — The Matamata By Henri Émile Sauvage1880 By E. SAUVAGE. PIERRE
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  • By Henri Émile Sauvage 599264Popular Science Monthly Volume 9 September 1876 — Amphibious Fishes By Henri Émile Sauvage1876 By E. SAUVAGE.
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  • By Henri Émile Sauvage 615911Popular Science Monthly Volume 12 January 1878 — The Archer-Fishes By Henri Émile Sauvage1878 By E. SAUVAGE.
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  • 568416Q16861532George Michael Julius Louis SauvageGeorge Michael Julius LouisSauvageSauvage,_George Michael Julius Louis18731951French Catholic philosopher
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  • for his theatre; and in response to this offer Balzac promised "Richard Sauvage," which he never wrote. The manager of the Theatre Francais, M. Lockroy
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  • "made eyes at him"; and he lived at Marais with a servant-mistress, Dame Sauvage. But he missed more than one marriage, not being able to win either his
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  • celebrated during the Restoration; in 1819 and 1820 he played in "Mont-Sauvage," a play warmly applauded by Madame Vauquer. This woman was accompanied
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  • Madame du Ronceret, at the instigation of her husband, urged the deputy, Sauvages, to work against the young nobleman. (Jealousies of a Country Town) RONCERET
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