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The aristocratic name d’Estaing had been officially added to that of his father, Edmond Giscard, only a few years before Valéry’s birth.
The Giscards had aristocratic connections through the women of the family.
His long, aristocratic face wore a more melancholy, pensive air than usual.
CAPTAIN BLOODRAFAEL SABATINI
Some of the aristocratic Zurich families of to-day trace their origin to these Locarno refugees.
I suppose she has as much right to call herself the daughter of the moon as to use that aristocratic name.
THE LITTLE LADY OF LAGUNITASRICHARD HENRY SAVAGE
She'll scare away everything that breathes with her aristocratic death's head.
PANDORA'S BOXFRANK WEDEKIND
The matter is settled, then; the aristocratic newspaper writer will be transported from the country, and that is the end of it.
Early in the 5th century other aristocratic Romans interested themselves in the textual criticism of Persius and Martial.
What is the use of dragging even a willing pretender, who has no inherent will to seek and live the aristocratic life?
One was a cellar in a poor quarter of the town, and the other was an aristocratic tage in the West End.

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