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Mignon

dies from hopelessness of love for Wilhelm. [Ger. Lit.: Wilhelm Meister’s Apprenticeship, Walsh Modern, 266]

Mignon

rescued by Wilhelm Meister from gypsies. [Fr. Opera: Thomas, Mignon, Westerman, 187]
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Part 1 defines favoritism and then contrasts favorites of the early Valois, such as Anne de Montmorency, with the generation of mignons under Henry III.
95 for a tender, juicy, 6-ounce filet mignon, also includes rice or potato (fries, baked or cheese stuffed) and probably some fresh vegetables.
Recommended items: New York filet mignon, petite filet mignon, soup du jour, green salad, tomato and onion salad, Caesar salad, linguini with scallops.
They definitely made up for any of that flavor loss that one finds in most filet mignons.
So, in settling for the mesquite-grilled filet mignon steak ($23) on a cheddar cheese-flavored mashed potato bed spiked with jalapenos, my main course was, although considerably less theatrical, certainly satisfying.
95) here is an unusually flat piece of beef, not small by any means, fairly tender, but with a grainier texture than most filet mignons.