Gary Cooper in Beau Sabreur () Noah Beery and Roscoe Karns in Beau Sabreur () Evelyn Brent in Beau Sabreur () Gary Cooper and Evelyn. Title: Beau Sabreur Author: Percival Christopher Wren * A Project Gutenberg of Australia eBook * eBook No.: Edition: 1 Language: English. plural beau sabreurs\ˌbō-​sa-​ˈbrərz \ or beaux sabreurs\ˌbō-​sa-​ˈbrər \. Definition of beau sabreur.: a dashing adventurer. Love words? You must.

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beau sabreur – Wiktionary

Pending that time, the Sergent-Fourrier and his myrmidons interviewed me. Usage examples of “beau sabreur”. He was Commanding Officer of the troops and Governor of the town, and I was merely a detached officer of the Intelligence Department, sent to Zaguig to make arrangements for pushing off “into the blue” on very Secret Service as soon as word came that the moment was ripe. I felt I was an unnatural fool, to be there in those, or in any other, boots.

Beyond this group stood a Lieutenant, examining a horse held by an Arab groom, and I was constrained to stare at this gentleman, for beneath a red tunic he wore a pair of the colossal Spahi white skirt-trousers, and these were gathered in at the ankle to reveal a pair of tiny pointed-toed patent shoes. The released feature version is a lost film. He reared until I thought he would fall; he put down his head and threw up his heels until I thought that I should; and then he bucked and bounded in a way that enabled me to give an exhibition of riding.

Beau Sabreur | Definition of Beau Sabreur by Merriam-Webster

Wren ‘s Beau Geste. He radiated friendliness, kindness, helpfulness, and was yet the best disciplinarian sareur the Regiment–because he had no need to “keep” discipline. Gary Cooper Evelyn Brent. Then, lying on my right side, besu sighting as well and quickly as I could in so awkward a position, I fired at a man whose spear was driving at Dufour’s back; at another whose great sword was swung up to cleave him; at a third, whose long gun was presented at him; and then, after a wave of death-like faintness had passed, into the very face of one who had sprung past him and was in the act of driving his big curved dagger into my breast.

Why did you challenge Becque, after you had joined his little Society for engineering a mutiny in the Regiment, for achieving the destruction of the State, and for encompassing the ruin of France? This would end the preposterous fight at once, as these glorious affairs were “first-blood” duels–and my object was to incapacitate Becque, and both frighten and punish a viperous and treacherous enemy of my beloved country. When the joyous parade was finished, I was free, and having cleaned and beautified myself, I passed the Sergeant of the Guard in full-dress uniform, and sought mine inn for dinner, peace, and privacy.

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By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. The Colonel had rather foolishly consented to their coming to Zaguig “to see something of the real desert and of Empire in the making,” as Bau Hankinson Vanbrugh had written to him. History and Etymology for beau sabreur French, literally, handsome swordsman.

A bullying blackguard in fact. You may tell the Sergent-Fourrier that he will shortly hear something to his disadvantage. Soon I realized that I could do more than admire him.

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Rambunctious Patience Winslow listens to a radio show about “companionae marriage” and decides to try it out, so she enters into a trial marriage. They lost sight of him after he had served his sentence for incitement to mutiny in the Blue Hussars.

On my translating Ibrahim’s courteous and sonorous, ” Keif halak, Sitt Miriyam! He was bleeding from half a dozen sword-cuts by the time he got me away, though not one of them was severe.

There is an old Sergeant-pensioner at the hospital, who remembers the day, before the Franco-Prussian War, when it was used as a lavatory, but no one else has ever seen anything in it but sacks of corn. Well, I followed him about, and, one evening, saw him meet another man, evidently by appointment, in the Zaouia Gardens.

It was some time before my days grew monotonous, and shortly after they had begun to do so, I contrived to brighten the tedium of life by pretending to kill a man, deliberately, in cold blood, and with cold steel. Throughout the fight he held this ready to parry any head-cuts, or to strike down a dangerous thrust. In due course I was relieved in turn by Captain de Lannec and returned to Morocco, and was sent thence into the far south, ostensibly to organize Mounted Infantry companies out of mules and the Foreign Legion, but really to do a little finding-out and a little intelligence-organizing in the direction of the territories of our various southern neighbours, and to travel from Senegal to Wadai, with peeps into Nigeria and the Cameroons.


As the door clangs, the new-comer strikes a match, produces half a candle, lights it, and politely greets me and the happy sleeper on the floor.

Sabfeur Cast and Crew. He had actually put a mere woman before Duty. He is to the Emir Mohammed Bishari bin Mustafha Korayim abd Rahu what the eagle is to the hawk–a dead hawk too, according to an Arab who fell in with Ibrahim Maghruf’s caravan, when fleeing from a great slaughter at the Pass of Bab-el-Haggar, where this new ‘Prophet’ obliterated the Emir Mohammed Bishari.

Evidently a humane and kindly soul this. He let out one word and sprang to his feet. He featured briefly at the beginning of the novel Beau Geste.

He called himself a Saviour-from-Selfish-Sin, and explained to me that the basest thing a soldier could do was to faire Suisse, to drink alone. I must say I admire your pluck in coming to Us by way of the ranks. A woman in white riding-kit, sabreuf a big horse, followed by a gang of men, was galloping across an open space.

So it had come! Sabrwur that operation, dubiously beneficial by reason of the probability of one’s contracting tetanus or other sorrows as well as immunity from smallpox, I returned to my bright home to deal with the chaos of kit that adorned my bed-side; and with Dufour’s help had it reduced to order and cleanliness by sabreud in the afternoon, when ” Stables ” was again the pursuit in being. He disappeared at Garu on the way to Wadai, and an empty coffin was buried with tremendous pomp and religious fervour at holy Kufara.

She met me in the verandah, showed me into the drawing-room, and said that Miss Vanbrugh would be ready in half asbreur minute. There’s quite a lot in the second half that is a good deal funnier and more interesting than the first. Who were a handful of miserable officers, and more miserable N. Do it at once, and do it as I shall direct.