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Marquis de Mirabeau. So called from one of his works, LʹAmi des Hommes (5 vols.). This was the father of the great Mirabeau, called by Barnave “the Shakespeare of eloquence.” (1715–1789.)

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Friday
Friday
Friday Street (London)
Friday and Columbus
Friday and the United States
Friday a Lucky Day
Friday, an Unlucky Day
Friend (A)
Friend at Court
Friend in Need (A)
Friend of Man
Friends … Enemies
Friendly Suit (A)
Friendship (Examples of):
Friendships Broken (Eng. Hist.):
Frigga
Frilingi
Fringe
Frippery
Frisket
Frith

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