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panache

The curved surface of a Pendentive.
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When it comes to women's wear range, Panache India offers an extensive gamut of lehengas, sarees, kurtis, tunics, salwar kameez, jewelry, sandals and handbags.
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Panache can provide any stream distributor, including MSOs, broadcast networks and cable programmers, a way to integrate interactive advertising using its existing workflow technology to test, preview, traffic and measure ads across a wide range of consumer devices.
Panache also stocks a stunning range of accessories, including hats, fascinators and jewellery, to perfectly complement your outfit.
Adding Madison Avenue panache to the Upper West Side, the new stores reinforce Columbus Avenue's position as a destination for shoppers of chic services and wares.
Julie Kent, less happily teamed with an unduly serious Gennadi Saveliev, serenely showed off the classic panache demanded of the last act.
He slays vampires with skill, wisdom, and rogue panache. His supernatural powers enable him to be the best at what he does.
Undeniably beautiful, the progressive accumulation on the old typewriter's pristine though antiquated surfaces employs the best effects of well-metered cliche--invoking nostalgia only to lay bare its very mechanisms with Brechtian panache. Employing an old special-effects medium--sifted flour--to simulate snow or dust, the film sustains a taciturn balance between staid earnestness and tongue-in-cheek pastiche.
True Confessions editor Nathasha Brooks-Harris, who bought many of these early stories, will release her first romance, Panache, under the Genesis Press imprint early next year.
STEVEN Reid's wonder goal summed up the panache of Millwall's return to Division One as the home side kept the Canaries caged.