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Bardot

Brigitte . born 1934, French film actress
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Tropez-inspired fashion show emulating Brigitte Bardot's exceptional charisma and timeless style featuring the creations of the internationally acclaimed fashion designer Albert Andrada in the colors of Lancome's new Hypnose palettes.
Brigitte Bardot skipper Siddharth Chakravarty said he was told by Fijian officials the vessel had to go and was escorted out of Suva harbour by their naval vessel.
Along with SouthAsia, other nominees in the Outstanding Written Word - Brigitte Bardot International Print category this year include The Independent (UK) and The Sunday Times (UK).
"Right now the safety of my crew on the Brigitte Bardot is our priority and we intend to reach the crew and then do what we can to save our ship."
The first bus was parked in Paris, as part of animal rights activist Brigitte Bardot's noble campaign to dissuade the Anyway, I reckon there's more chance of Mme Bardot going through the card today than converting those 'horselovers' across the Channel.
Bardot's damaging remarks were in a December 2006 letter to Nicolas Sarkozy, then interior minister, and published in a review of the Foundation Brigitte Bardot, which fights for animal welfare.
Marine Corps veteran and experienced journalist Michael Lee presents In an Elevator with Brigitte Bardot and Other Appreciations, a selection of essays interspersed with humor, memories, searing personal insights into daily life in Cape Cod.
His ebullience is disarming and the photographs are terrific; where else will you see a shot of Brigitte Bardot in her ballerina days?
We could not have asked for a better partner in launching T-Mobile than Catherine Zeta-Jones."Bardot makes rare birthday outing* Actress-turned-animal rights activist Brigitte Bardot celebrated her 72nd birthday yesterday with a rare press conference to plug her wildlife foundation.
Brigitte Bardot and Martin Sheen have also pushed to ban the hunt.
It's been produced as a tribute to an iconic Swedish jewellery designer, Vivianna Torun Bulow-Hube, whose work was favoured by Brigitte Bardot, Billie Holiday and Pablo Picasso.