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n.1.The front of an army. [Obs.] See Van.
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Let us be the avant guard," said he to Porthos, "and find good quarters at Saint Germain; nobody will think of us, and for my part I am greatly fatigued.
and the Normans answering them with loud cries of ``En avant De Bracy
Mais, Francois, tu sais bien qu'il me serait impossible de me marier avant les vacances.
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