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Sorel

(French sɔrɛl)
n
(Biography) Georges (Eugène) (ʒɔrʒ). 1847–1922, French social philosopher, who advocated revolutionary syndicalism and preached the creative role of violence and myth
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He thought he had caught Pellisson, but the latter escaped him; he turned towards Sorel, who had, himself, just composed a quatrain in honor of the supper, and the Amphytrion.
Sorel and two officers imitated them, in an opposite direction.
"Sorel," continued Fouquet, walking bent, and gloomily, "you will never receive your pension any more from M.
[*] Frederick the Great was accustomed to say: "The older one gets the more convinced one becomes that his Majesty King Chance does three-quarters of the business of this miserable universe." Sorel's "Eastern Question."
For the purposes of this art problem, the teachers offered students the opportunity to consider the Sorels' portrayal of first encounters.
In this installment of the series Artful Collaborations, Stacey McKenna and Gino Molfino share their response for the spring 2001 countywide exhibition based upon the commentary, editorial cartoons, and drawings by illustrator Edward Sorel.
Edward Sorel and his wife, Nancy, traveled from their home in the shadows of the World Trade Center in Manhattan to join the art teachers of Howard County and recall their collaborative efforts for First Encounters, A Book of Memorable Meetings.