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Mar·ceau

 (mär-sō′), Marcel 1923-2007.
French mime best known for creating the character of Bip, a sad-faced clown.
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Marceau

(French marso)
n
(Biography) Marcel (marsɛl). 1923–2007, French mime artist
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Mar•ceau

(mɑrˈsoʊ)

n.
Marcel, born 1923, French mime.
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