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de Beauvoir.
Contemporary Examples

Sartre, Beauvoir, Vian and Greco were holding court in the cafes and nightclubs of Saint German.
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Historical Examples

She bequeathed to Jefferson Davis the estate, called Beauvoir, on which he now resides.
History of Woman Suffrage, Volume III (of III) Various

The lady took a fancy to Beauvoir, and he found her very much to his taste; perhaps they loved!
Parisians in the Country Honore de Balzac

He the same night (22nd) regained the Beauvoir line and took command of the Brigade.
The Story of the 2/4th Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry G. K. Rose

Gloucesters and Oxfords fell back to join the garrison of the Beauvoir Line, all parts of which were heavily engaged by evening.
The Story of the 2/4th Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry G. K. Rose

In 1879 the family had moved to Beauvoir, where they lived until the death of Jefferson Davis.
Publications of the Mississippi Historical Society, Volume 2 (of 14), 1899 Various

Mr. Beauvoir’s movements, at twenty-seven minutes past two yesterday afternoon, were few and simple.
Stories by American Authors, Volume 1 Various

Mrs. Davis did not live long, and the lady who now presides over Beauvoir is Mr. Davis’ second wife.
Fifty Years In The Northwest William Henry Carman Folsom

Beauvoir, for instance, mentions that in the year 1895 a single company in Sidi-bel-Abbès was 4864 men strong.
In the Foreign Legion Erwin Rosen

Madame had a hundred reasons why the Beauvoir estate should not be sold.
The Last Hope Henry Seton Merriman

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