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auguste

(aʊˈɡuːst; ˈaʊˌɡʊst) or

august

n
(Theatre) (often capital) a type of circus clown who usually wears battered ordinary clothes and is habitually maladroit or unlucky
[C20: French, from German]
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References in classic literature ?
Raoul Auguste Jules de Bragelonne, the true son of M.
le Vicomte Raoul Auguste Jules de Bragelonne, son of M.
Three men were lost--Pierre Balmat, Pierre Carrier, and Auguste Tairraz.
[1] In Atala; or the Love and Constantcy of Two Savages in the Desert (1801) by Francois Auguste Rene, Vicomte de Chateaubriand(1768-1848).
The partnership will use the GBA Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) and Dynam.AI Auguste image detection and classification algorithms with the goal of improving the accuracy, safety and cost effectiveness of infrastructure repairs.
Riding high on this success came the news that their frontwoman and chief songwriter, Jackie Auguste was diagnosed with breast cancer.
A Auguste Kante B Auguste Bentham C Auguste Comte D Auguste Conrade 15.
Tayyab Aslam is another Pakistani who entered the semi-final last night after beating Auguste Dussourd of France in three straight sets.
A Pierre Auguste Renoir painting Femmes Dans Un Jardin, stolen by the Nazis, was unveiled by the US Attorney for the Southern District of New York and returned to the heir of its rightful owner, Sylvie Sulitzer, during a ceremony at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York yesterday.
A compilation of 98 restored films in 4K, which Louis Lumiere and his brother, Auguste made between 1895 and 1905, will be presented by Thierry Fremaux, the General Director of the Cannes Film Festival and the Institut Lumiere in Lyon and one of the international film community's most distinguished figures.