n.1.(Zool.) The blindworm.
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He also used Arts twice to express unconditional and well-documented support for his friend Jean Renoir on the occasion of his only two incursions into the world of theater: on July 14th 1954, Bazin wrote "With his debut as a stage director, Jean Renoir brings a new Caesar to 10,000 people in Arles"--Bazin was there reporting on the one-off evening performance of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar in the Roman amphitheater of Arles, usually reserved for bullfighting--and on March 23rd 1955, "By approaching theater at the age of 60, Jean Renoir was looking for a fresh start"--on the occasion of the performance of his play Orvet, written for Leslie Caron.
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