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Napoleon did not sleep after the explosion: “Bonaparte decided to go ahead immediately, without losing one minute in which the enemy could take advantage to kill him.” Freud admitted that he had two different sources for this dream: Garnier and another source, which “did not agree in their account of it,” but he did not name or cite this other source.  Victims of the blast [ edit ] To add entries to your own vocabulary, become a member of Reverso community or login if you are already a member.
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The Dictionnaire Infernal (English: " Infernal Dictionary") is a book on demonology, describing demons organised in hierarchies. It was written by Jacques Collin de Plancy and first published in 1818.   There were several editions of the book; perhaps the most famous is the 1863 edition, which included sixty-nine illustrations by Louis Le Breton depicting the appearances of several of the demons. Many but not all of these images were later used in S. L. MacGregor Mathers's edition of The Lesser Key of Solomon. Roederer 1853-1859; Roederer 1909; Bainville 1933, pp. 129-130; Brice 1937, p. 111; Cronin 1971, p. 243 Dictionnaire infernal: répertoire universel des êtres, des personnages, des livres, des faits et des choses qui tiennent aux esprits ... H. Plon. 1863. p.11.lire aussi | Diablo 4 Diablo 4 : Aspect du Funambule (Edgemaster's Aspect), où le trouver et quel est son effet ? Comment farmer les coffres mystère dans Diablo 4 ? infernal”, in Webster’s Revised Unabridged Dictionary, Springfield, Mass.: G. & C. Merriam, 1913, →OCLC.
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infernal”, in Trésor de la langue française informatisé [Digitized Treasury of the French Language ], 2012. Hall, Bart, Sir John General Pichegru's Treason. New York: E.P. Dutton & Company, Publishers, 1915.As I had to put up with the patronage and the lecturings, and the eyeglass of that infernal old woman, [… ] From Middle French infernal, from Medieval Latin infernalis, from Latin īnfernus, from īnferum ( “ netherworld, underworld, hell ” ).