blondine

blondine

(ˈblɒndiːn)
vb (tr)
(of a woman) to dye (one's hair) blonde
n
1. a woman who has dyed her hair blonde
2. a bleach used to make hair blonde
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Wat Stefan en sy beminde blondine betref, handel die boek nie oor enige sonde van Lusinda nie.
during the same sequence in which Blondine explains how masisi hold on
lament replays, Denis and Blondine very inconclusively close Of Men and
With: Blondine, Innocente, Madsen, Fritzner, Erol, Denis, Jean-Marcel, Flonise.
Blondine and Innocente provoke the most homophobic responses with their more feminized profile, but latter is fully accepted by his family.
Since most of Dore's signed illustrations occur in three of the tales, Histoire de Blondine, de Bonne-Biche et de Beau-Minon, Le bon petit Henri, and Ourson, discussion here focuses for the most part on aspects of these.
In the accompanying illustration (Plate Ic), the movement suggested by the repeated diagonal lines in Dore's darkly hatched rendering of the tall grasses, the tangled undergrowth, and the massive sloping tree trunk over a cavernous black space seems to draw the reader into the unknown with Blondine as she follows her feline guide and fully captures Segur's description of the magical quality of their progress: 'Les buissons, qui s'ouvrirent d'eux-memes pour laisser passer Beau-Minon et Blondine, et qui se refermaient quand ils etaient passes' (p.
op 'n smal verhoog voor 'n volle orkes sien Ester twee mense dans, 'n man in 'n aandpak en 'n blondine--'n manlike blondine met 'n swart korset aan, wit kouse en 'n shaggy blonde pruik.
When we consider the weavers' mental illnesses we should also bear in mind that many of the materials produced in the factories in Norwich in the decades before the Industrial Revolution began--silk brocades and watered tabinets, satins and satinettes, camblets and cheveretts, prunelles, callimancoes and Florentines, diamantines and grenadines, blondines, bombazines, belle-isles and martiniques--were of a truly fabulous variety, and of an iridescent, quite indescribable beauty as if they had been produced by Nature itself, like the plumage of birds.
Once again Sebald's activity of listing--"silk brocades and watered tabinets, satins and satinettes, camblets and cheveretts, prunelles, callimancoes and Florentines, diamantines and grenadines, blondines, bombazines, belle-isles and martiniques"--enacts the beauties to which it refers.
Die woord blondes kan drie betekenisse he: blondines, (pils-)biere of sigarette (van "blonde" tabak)--drie tydverdrywingsmiddele waarvan sowel Brel as George Pasquier huile graag bedien het.