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  • She also plans to release the Beau-line in the market the following day.
  • It seems like a dream that we could ever have been beaus. Cited from Rainbow Valley, by Lucy Maud Montgomery
  • She had met a promising new beau when her father suddenly died.
  • The Beaux Arts style makes the light look like a small castle.
  • He changed his name to Beau and has been stuck in one fort ever since.
  • In high school he played basketball and was elected class beau and a class favorite.
  • He was not like the others he had caught along Le Beau's line. Cited from Nomads Of The North, by James Oliver Curwood
  • Beau Bridges was originally asked to play the role but he turned the role down.
  • He began playing music at the age of nine appearing with his family band Union Beau.
  • Beau came from a musical family - both parents and all eight siblings played various instruments.
  • The building has three stories and is designed in a Beaux-Arts architecture style.
  • "Especially as she was just getting close to her new beau."
  • The Beaux-Arts style building originally served as the private residence of John.
  • Crystal ends up getting a court order to keep Beau away from her and the children.
  • I assure you, I know very considerable beaus that set a good face upon fifty. Cited from Love for Love, by William Congreve
  • The Beaux-Arts style red-brick building stands three-stories tall and contains of space.
  • The eight-story building is an unusual Beaux-Arts building from the turn of the century.
  • He used the Beaux-Arts style and included many classical French interior designs.
  • She remembered all the family beaus from the very beginning. Cited from Sunny Slopes, by Ethel Hueston
  • Less than two years later, he played opposite her as her much-younger beau in Old Acquaintance.
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