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  • ...iety amateur circuses were flourishing then—like the famous [[Cirque Molier]] in Paris—and these were also the times when another sports enthusia
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  • ...rider at the fashionable [[Cirque Molier|Cirque d’Amateurs]] that Ernest Molier presented annually in his Parisian townhouse on the rue de Bénouville, the
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  • ...lanche Allarty]], the pupil and protégée of the master horseman [[Ernest Molier]], whose famous "Cirque d’amateurs" (amateur circus) in his Parisian mans ...арандаш'' (karandash), which means pencil. A member of the [[Cirque Molier]]’s crowd, Caran d’Ache came up with his own water pantomime, ''La Peti
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  • File:Allarty_Voltige.jpg|Blanche Allarty at the Cirque Molier (c.1895) File:Allarty_Molier_Camel.jpg|Blanche Alarty at the Cirque Molier (1901)
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