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Boudin

Eugène . 1824--98, French painter: one of the first French landscape painters to paint in the open air; a forerunner of impressionism

boudin

[bü′dan]
(geology)
One of a series of sausage-shaped segments found in a boudinage.
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Boudin grew up in a leftist milieu, surrounded by luminaries of radicalism.
Boudin and her fellow well-educated, upper-middle-class revolutionaries had numerous ridiculous ideas.
Many of them, including Kathy Boudin, were "red diaper babies.
Growing up, Kathy Boudin rubbed shoulders with Angela Davis, the Rosenberg sons, Patti Robeson, and many other distinguished members of the adversary culture.
Kathy Boudin easily found congenial friends and comrades-in-arms in school and college; it was not difficult to connect with young people of similar background and disposition.
Testifying to similar aspirations, Kathy Boudin and "Das" (another radical) "named themselves the Americong, seeking a name as hostile and heavy as 'Black Panthers.
To celebrate its sesquicentennial, Boudin Bakery is unveiling an anniversary version of its famous Primo Angeli designed logo on signs and packaging, decorating its bakery cafes with displays, signs and banners, and launching a major outdoor advertising campaign.
Although Boudin does in Chicago and Southern California).
Boudin was born with San Francisco and grew as the city grew," said Boudin President Larry Strain.
Everyday, Boudin bakers take a portion of the mother dough dating back to 1849 and use it as a starter for the next day's bread.
Celebrations are planned at all Boudin Bay Area locations.
Anniversary packaging and designs: More than two decades ago, Boudin commissioned designer Primo Angeli to create its unique logo that portrays American style and European heritage.