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  • Beaus — Beau Beau (b[=o]), n.; pl. F. {Beaux} (E. pron. b[=o]z), E. {Beaus} (b[=o]z). [F., a fop, fr. beau fine, beautiful, fr. L. bellus pretty, fine, for bonulus, dim. of bonus good. See {Bounty}, and cf. {Belle}, {Beauty}.] 1. A man who takes great… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • beaus — bəʊ n. lover, young man courting a woman, suitor …   English contemporary dictionary

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  • ЛИНИИ БО — (Beaus lines) поперечные углубления на ногтях пальцев рук, возникающие через несколько недель после тяжелой болезни (например, пневмонии или сердечного приступа) …   Толковый словарь по медицине

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  • Shep Fields — Infobox musical artist Name = Img capt = Img size = Landscape = Background = Birth name = Alias = Born = birth date|1910|9|12|mf=y Brooklyn, New York Died = death date and age|1981|2|23|1910|9|12|mf=y Heart attack Los Angeles Origin = Instrument …   Wikipedia

  • Heart of Oak — is the official march of the Royal Navy of the United Kingdom. It is also the official march of the Canadian Navy, as well as the Canadian Forces Naval Operations Branch.The music was composed by Dr William Boyce and the words were written by the …   Wikipedia

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  • Old French — Spoken in northern France, parts of Belgium (Wallonia) and Switzerland, England, Ireland, Kingdom of Sicily, Principality of Antioch, Kingdom of Cyprus Extinct evolved into Middle French by the 14th century …   Wikipedia

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