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1) Madame Tussaud, Marie Grosholtz, Marie Tussaud, Tussaud : فرانسیسی نمونہ تیار کرنے والا : (noun) French modeler (resident in England after 1802) who made wax death masks of prominent victims of the French Revolution and toured Britain with her wax models; in 1835 she opened a permanent waxworks exhibition in London (1761-1850).

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Comte De Mirabeau : فرانسیسی انقلابی , Balzac : فرانسیسی ناول نگار , Comte De Rochambeau : فرانسیسی جرنیل , Comtesse Du Barry : فرانسیسی بادشاہ کی رکھیل , Tumbrel : چھکڑا , Ancien Regime : قدیم نظام حکومت , Oxford : آکسفورڈ , Canute : ڈینمارک اور نوروے کا قدیم بادشاہ , Home Counties : لندن کے مضافاتی علاقے , Lombard Street : لندن کی ایک سڑک جو مالی مرکز کے طور پر مشہور ہے , Abbe : فرانس کا پادری یا راہب , Frog : فرانسیسی نسل کا شخص , Ibert : فرانسیسی موسیقار , Acadian : کینیڈا میں رہنے والے فرانسیسی آبادکار , Jean Antoine Watteau : فرانسیسی مصور , Degas : فرانسیسی مصور , Pot-Au-Feu : بکرے کے گوشت کے دم پخت , Maquis : پودوں کے نیچے اگنے والی جھاڑی , Alfred De Musset : فرانسیسی شاعر , Gavotte : قدیم فرانسیسی رقص , Britain : برطانیہ , Maurice Ravel : فرانسیسی موسیقار اور تحریک پیش کرنے والا شخص , Jacques Offenbach : فرانس کا موسیقی بنانے والا , Haute Cuisine : کھانا پکانے کا طریقہ , Acadia : کینیڈا کا قصبہ , Exocet : بحری جہاز شکن فرانسیسی راہبر میزائل , Oriflamme : سرخ پرچم , Old French : قدیم فرانسیسی , Jean-Paul Sartre : فرانس کا مصنف , Comte De Saxe : فرانسیسی جنگجو , Secession : آسٹریا کا اسکول

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Comte De Mirabeau: French revolutionary who was prominent in the early days of the French Revolution (1749-1791).

Balzac: French novelist; he portrays the complexity of 19th century French society (1799-1850).

Comte De Rochambeau: French general who commanded French troops in the American Revolution, notably at Yorktown (1725-1807).

Comtesse Du Barry: courtier and influential mistress of Louis XV who was guillotined during the French Revolution (1743-1793).

Tumbrel: a farm dumpcart for carrying dung; carts of this type were used to carry prisoners to the guillotine during the French Revolution.

Ancien Regime: a political and social system that no longer governs (especially the system that existed in France before the French Revolution).

Oxford: a city in southern England to the northwest of London; site of Oxford University.

Canute: king of Denmark and Norway who forced Edmund II to divide England with him; on the death of Edmund II, Canute became king of all England (994-1035).

Home Counties: the English counties surrounding London into which Greater London has expanded.

Lombard Street: a street in central London containing many of the major London banks.

Abbe: a French abbot.

Frog: a person of French descent.

Ibert: French composer (1890-1962).

Acadian: an early French settler in the Maritimes.

Jean Antoine Watteau: French painter (1684-1721).

Degas: French impressionist painter (1834-1917).

Pot-Au-Feu: traditional French stew of vegetables and beef.

Maquis: a guerrilla fighter in the French underground in World War II.

Alfred De Musset: French poet and writer (1810-1857).

Gavotte: an old formal French dance in quadruple time.

Britain: a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland; `Great Britain` is often used loosely to refer to the United Kingdom.

Maurice Ravel: French composer and exponent of Impressionism (1875-1937).

Jacques Offenbach: French composer of many operettas and an opera (1819-1880).

Haute Cuisine: (French) an elaborate and skillful manner of preparing food.

Acadia: the French-speaking part of the Canadian Maritime Provinces.

Exocet: a guided missile developed by the French government for use against ships.

Oriflamme: a red or orange-red flag used as a standard by early French kings.

Old French: the earliest form of the French language; 9th to 15th century.

Jean-Paul Sartre: French writer and existentialist philosopher (1905-1980).

Comte De Saxe: a French marshal who distinguished himself in the War of the Austrian Succession (1696-1750).

Secession: an Austrian school of art and architecture parallel to the French art nouveau in the 1890s.

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Modeler : نمونہ تیار کرنے والا

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