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[res; French res] /rɛs; French rɛs/

Gilles de, .
[rahy] /raɪ/
a style of Algerian popular music played on electric guitar, synthesizer, and percussion instruments.
/French res/
Gilles de (ʒil də). 1404–40, French nobleman who fought with Joan of Arc: marshal of France (1429–40). He was executed for the torture and murder of more than 140 children
a type of Algerian popular music based on traditional Algerian music influenced by modern Western pop

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