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It was the name of the protagonist, a charming young orphan who travels France with a musician, a monkey and three dogs in the French novel, "Sans Famille." It was my favourite book as a child. I've always loved the name and want to use it for my first son.
Remilekun "Remi" Ayodele (an American football player).
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Rémi Ochlik was an award-winning French photojournalist who was known for his photographs of war and conflict in Haiti and the Arab Spring revolutions. Ochlik died in the February 2012 bombardment of Homs during the 2011–2012 Syrian uprising with veteran war correspondent Marie Colvin.
Rémi Garde is a French professional football coach and former player. He played as a defender and defensive midfielder, spending most of his career with his first club Lyon, with whom he won the 1988–89 French Division 2. In 1993, he moved to Strasbourg, reaching the Coupe de France final and winning the UEFA Intertoto Cup in his second season. He joined Arsenal in 1996, where he won the 1997–98 FA Premier League before retiring through injury a year later. Garde was capped by the France national team, featuring in their squad at UEFA Euro 1992.
Rémi Gaillard is a French prankster who uploads videos on YouTube. After losing his job at a shoe store, Rémi began to use his free time to run pranks on the public. As of January 2017, his channel is the twenty-sixth most subscribed comedy channel on YouTube.
Rémi Brague is a French historian of philosophy, specializing in the Arabic, Jewish, and Christian thought of the Middle Ages. He is professor emeritus of Arabic and religious philosophy at the Sorbonne, and Romano Guardini chair of philosophy at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich.
Rémi Mathis FRSA, is a French historian, curator, and free-culture advocate. Rémi Mathis graduated from the École Nationale des Chartes in 2007. The following year he obtained his degree from the National School of Information Science and Libraries.
Rémi Babinet is a French creative director, best known for his work on Evian's "Live Young" campaign. His official title is Founding Chairman of BETC and Global Chief Creative Officer of Havas. He is also the author of the book "BETC Paris – Global Advertising Agency".
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