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"Amaury" is a book by Alexandre Dumas.
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Lady Sybil's choice (1879)
by Emily Sarah Holt
Amaury means to call the baby Heloise — for a reason which would never have occurred to any one but himself — because we have not had that name in the family. before. And Eschine smilingly ...
by Alan Tomlinson
with which L'Equipe organized the event for close to two decades, until in 1964 L' Equipe was bought by Editions Emilien Amaury, owner of Le Parisien. The Amaury ...
Dictionary of Genocide (2007)
by Paul R. Bartrop, Samuel Totten
Amaury, Arnold (d. 1225). A French Cistercian bishop of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, also known as Arnald Amalric. The papal plenipotentiary in Languedoc , ...
New Biographical Dictionary (1899)
Amaury, Amalricus. a. native of Chartres, whose doctrines brought upon him the condemnation of Innocent III.
Containing Memoirs of the Most Eminent Men and Women of All Ages and Countries
Amaury, Amalricus. a native of Chartres, whose doctrines brought upon him the condemnation of Innocent III.
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Scrabble value of A1M3A1U1R1Y4
The value of this 6-letter word is 11 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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