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 (yo͞o-trĭl′ō, ü-trē-ō′), Maurice 1883-1955.
French painter known especially for his street scenes of Paris.
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(French ytrijo)
(Biography) Maurice (mɔris). 1883–1955, French painter, noted for his Parisian street scenes
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(yuˈtrɪl oʊ, -ˈtri oʊ, u-)

Maurice, 1883–1955, French painter.
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