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 Sans Culottes (French, without trousers).Sans Peur et Sans Reproche. 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Sans Culottides.
 
The five complementary days added to the twelve months of the Revolutionary Calendar. Each month being made to consist of thirty days, the riff-raff days which would not conform to the law were named in honour of the sans culottes, and made idle days or holidays.   1
   Sans-oulottism. Red republicanism.   2
 


 Sans Culottes (French, without trousers).Sans Peur et Sans Reproche. 

 
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