Mignon

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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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Mignonne Murray, executive director of elder affairs, said, "The Sweeneys deliver Meals on Wheels, run yard sales -- whatever needs to be done.
Augustin English 12 Cicero Pica 11 Philosophie Small Pica 10 Petit Romain Long Primer 9 Gaillarde Bourgeois 8 Petit Texte Brevier 7 Mignonne Minion 6 Nonpareille Nonpareil 5 Parisienne--Seda-noise Pearl 4 Diamant Diamond puntos Alemania Paises Bajos 48 Kleine Missal Parijs Kanon 44 Grosse Canon Groote Kanon 36 Kleine Canon Kanon 28 Doppel Mittel Dubbelde Augustijn 24 Roman Dubbelde Mediaan 22 Text--Secunda Dubbelde Descendiaan 20 Parangon Parangon 18 Tertia Text 16 Grosse Mittel 14 Mittel Augustijn 12 Cicero Mediaan 11 Brevier Descendiaan 10 Corpus--Garmond Garmond--Colineus 9 Borgis Burgeois--Galjart 8 Petit--Jungfer Brevier--Bibel 7 Colonel Colonel 6 Nonpareil Nonpareille 5 Perl Jolie--Peerl 4 Diamant Robijn--Diamant
"Everyone knows this is an opportunity, and we said, 'How can we leverage what we've already put into place over the past two years?'" said Mignonne Hollis , the foundation's executive director.
KEMPTON: 5.40 Volcanic Dust, 6.10 Lady Emmuska, 6.40 Frangipanni, 7.10 Cordial, 7.40 Dancing Sands (nap), 8.10 Califante, 8.40 Murasil, 9.10 Mignonne.
TOMORROW'S TOP TIPS KEMPTON: 5.40 Volcanic Dust, 6.10 Lady Emmuska, 6.40 Frangipanni, 7.10 Cordial, 7.40 Dancing Sands, 8.10 Califante, 8.40 Murasil, 9.10 Mignonne.
They used to ask my mother The way they now ask me People too ignorant To think before They speak We enter the art gallery You and me Elle est si mignonne The woman there says Smiling artificially Ah oui?
The last four stanzas form a closing argument (more reminiscent of "Quand vous serez bien vieille" than "Mignonne, allons voir"): you will one day be like that carcass, both decomposed and preserved in my verse: "Alors, 6 ma beaute!
He names her "Mignonne" (in French, "cute" though it has other connotations (3)) after a jealous former mistress who used to threaten him with her knife.
'Our collaborations within the BNP Paribas Group enables us to offer tailored and effective solutions to our key clients, which differentiates us from the competition,' said Mignonne Cheng, chairman and chief executive officer of the bank's Asia Pacific wealth management arm.
Jeanne was the dedicatee in 1901 of Theodore Dubois's piano suite Au jardin: Suite mignonne pour piano.
He nicknamed this woman, and then the panther, "Mignonne" "par antiphrase, parce qu'elle etait d'une si atroce jalousie, que pendant tout le temps que dura leur passion, il eut a craindre le couteau dont elle l'avait toujours menace" (8:1228).