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three musketeers

Three people who are very closely associates, as in friendship or business. We were the three musketeers as kids, but Andrew and Peter had a bit of a falling out when we started going to high school. They are known as the three musketeers of Silicon Valley, using their companies' combined size and influence to create one of the most powerful lobby groups in the industry.
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three musketeers

three close associates or inseparable friends.
The Three Musketeers is a translation of Les Trois Mousquetaires, the title of a novel by the 19th-century French writer Alexandre Dumas père.
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That great man who was so revered by D'Artagnan the elder served as an object of ridicule to the Musketeers of Treville, who cracked their jokes upon his bandy legs and his crooked back.
At this announcement, during which the door remained open, everyone became mute, and amid the general silence the young man crossed part of the length of the antechamber, and entered the apartment of the captain of the Musketeers, congratulating himself with all his heart at having so narrowly escaped the end of this strange quarrel.
The trail is very precise," Times Online quoted Odile Bordaz, author of several works on the musketeer.
Other songs on the "Mickey -- Donald -- Goofy: The Three Musketeers" soundtrack include: "All for One and One for All" by Troubadour and Musketeer Chorus; "Lovely So Lovely" by Troubadour and The "Lovely" Chorus; "Petey's King of France" by Peg Leg Pete; "Sweet Wings of Love" by Troubadour and Butterfly Chorus; "Chains of Love" by Goofy, Clarabelle, and Cow Chorus; "This Is the End" by Troubadour and Chorus; plus "L'Opera" (Excerpts from The Pirates of Penzance) by Modern Major General and Chorus of Pirates and Maidens.
The story follows d'Artagnan, who leaves his home on a quest to follow in his father's footsteps and become a musketeer.
Roy Kinnear, who played servant Planchet in the Musketeer movies, died from a riding accident during the filming of The Return Of The Musketeers in 1989.
Undaunted, our hero forges friendships with musketeer aces Aramis (Nick Moran), Athos (Jan Gregor Kremp) and Porthos (Steve Speirs), and joins in their efforts to free their captain (Michael Byrne) from an unjust imprisonment.
The whole of West Yorkshire seems to be going a little musketeer crazy - and that's good news at the end of the school holidays if you have young children and are prepared to travel.
Robert, from Portlaoise, beat more than 1,000 other boys to claim the part of the 14-year-old warrior king who would rather swashbuckle with his musketeer pals that rule the nation.
The film features the fearless Mickey who is a little too short to be a Musketeer; foolhardy Goofy who's a little too stupid to be a Musketeer and the love able Donald Duck who's, well, just too much of a scaredy cat to be a Musketeer.
Well, she hasn't; that hasn't prevented her from finding work in this swashbuckler set in 17th-century France, portraying a headstrong young woman on the lam from corrupt leaders who disguises herself as a man and enrolls in the Musketeer Academy, run by Bruce Boxleitner.
I read it because I fell in love with all the Musketeer films.
Each Musketeer has been cast fantastically; Luke reminds me of David Cassidy and Howard reminds me of Orson Wells.
French Musketeer 1622-1775 receives fine drawings by Graham Turner as it offers insights into early Musketeers brought to life by Alexandre Dumas' The Three Musketeers.
has entered into an option agreement with Musketeer Developments Ltd.