Briand



Aristide
[ar-uh-steed;; French a-ree-steed] /ˈær əˌstid;; French a riˈstid/ (Show IPA), 1862–1932, French statesman: minister of France 11 times; Nobel Peace Prize 1926.
Historical Examples

In another of Briand’s cases torticollis alternated with astasia-abasia, a sort of “mental paraplegia.”
Tics and Their Treatment Henry Meigne

Anfossi, or Briand, as now he called himself, addressed her in that language.
Somewhere in France Richard Harding Davis

All of which admissions the versatile Briand proceeded to falsify almost in the same speech.
The War Upon Religion Rev. Francis A. Cunningham

If they should take Briand in the act, should they have even the least doubt concerning him, you must repudiate him entirely.
Somewhere in France Richard Harding Davis

Briand repeated these sentiments at the Amsterdam congress in 1903.
Socialism and Democracy in Europe Samuel P. Orth

Another French general, Briand, had also engaged the enemy without success near Rouen.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 11, Slice 1 “Franciscans” to “French Language” Various

But toward Briand, the chauffeur, the new arrivals were less easily satisfied.
Somewhere in France Richard Harding Davis

And Briand pointed out these “successive concessions” which deprived the Guesdists of their revolutionary character.
Syndicalism in France Louis Levine

Briand’s conduct in the great railway strike in 1911 is discussed below.
Socialism As It Is William English Walling

But against the solid wall of an immobile working-mass, even a Briand would be broken.
Selected Works of Voltairine de Cleyre Voltairine de Cleyre

noun
Aristide (aristid). 1862–1932, French socialist statesman: prime minister of France 11 times. He was responsible for the separation of Church and State (1905) and he advocated a United States of Europe. Nobel peace prize 1926

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