No way. Joly/Musi/Bossuet = Joly/Musi + Musi/Bossuet + Joly/Bossuet. Ergo, slash. You can't escape it! Hugo says so!
(In this case, the sum of the parts is
greater than the whole...
While we're on the matter... I came across the reference to Joly and Bossuet being "what, among the Chapeau Brothers, are called bini
", which, placed right after the "they shared everything" sentence, makes me wonder a bit... do we know what that's referring to? Anybody?