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Vogue

leading fashion magazine in France and America. [Fr. and Amer. Culture: Misc.]
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Au hasard des decouvertes, Cartier se laisse voguer de cap en cap, de baie en baie.
Willi Ninja, who established the House of Ninja because he was the best voguer around, teaches modeling to women.
Nous sommes loin de voguer vers un monde sans ethique et sans valeurs.
the textual time of a poem], / Qui parait voguer / Hors du temps [that
And it is on this Balearic coastal point halfway between Algeria and France, "loin de la foule en parfaite extra-territorialite," that the protagonist's sentimental nomadism across the sea of life seeks help in finding a safe harbor: "Et felouque de voguer sur mer sans houle, en baie des trepasses du dernier age, guidee du seul chant silencieux des chouettes.
Alternately, when the voguer uses an imaginary compact to "put on a face," or when the snap queen feigns the composed hauteur of the looksist aristocrat or hams high-eyed bourgeois outrage, the extravagant use of "face" is plain.
Famed New York Voguer Aviance Milan will also be returning as a judge and he's also been working with House of Suarez on the opening performance.
beaucoup moins que]Ce numero special, ecrit-il, est une tentative de voguer dans le texte de Laroui a partir d'angles differents[beaucoup plus grand que].
De la grace, de la finesse emanent de cette danse seculaire qui attire toujours et fait voguer les esprits.