Auguste

(from the article `clown`) ...clown, affectionately called `Joey,` specialized in the classic physical tricks, tumbling, pratfalls, and slapstick beatings. In the 1860s a ...
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Auguste

An auguste is a species of circus clown, characterised by dressing in ill-fitting or dishevelled clothes.
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Auguste

[ship] Auguste was a full rigged sailing ship which sank at Aspy Bay, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia in 1761 while carrying exiles from the fall of New France. Auguste was a former French privateer ship which had been captured by the British and converted to a merchant ship. In September 1761, she was hired by the British government to transport ...
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Auguste

Auguste is a French name for boys. The meaning is `praised, exalted` The name Auguste is most commonly given to French boys. The chances are 50 times greater that boys are called Auguste there. Auguste is given to boys and girls in the Netherlands and England and Wales What do they use in other countries? Augustine (English) Austyn (English) August...
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