was out = was a debutante
, had been presented to society}
It is the Lady Eva Blackwell, the most beautiful debutante
of last season.
She was hissed off the stage by the audience, partly from her own incompetency, but chiefly from the ill-advised sympathy of some persons in the parquet, (where the officers of the garrison had their admissions); and Eaves was certain that the unfortunate debutante
in question was no other than Mrs.
All our exclusive citizens will recall the Perambulator Parade Dinner, in which Last-Trick Todd, at his palatial home at Pilgrim's Pond, caused so many of our prominent debutantes
to look even younger than their years.
Aged 23, an intern at UBS in New York, last week she was one of 46 young women from around the world who attended the International Debutante
Ball and made her formal entrance into the upper echelons of American society.
The daughter of Galileo was described as "still a baby" when winning her Curragh debut in July and was so impressive less than a month later when landing the Group 2 Debutante
Stakes that connections immediately suggested supplementing her for this early-closing Group 1.
Becky Shields also managed to get in on the scoring act with a fantastic jump shot after an assist from Harry Wright.
Zion Church in Worcester presented the Debutantes
of Central Massachusetts Debutante
Ball at the Manor Restaurant and Banquet Hall in West Boylston.
Maybe has carried all before her so far and has been especially convincing in the Chesham Stakes at Royal Ascot and the Debutante
Stakes at the Curragh two weeks ago.
Lee eventually becomes a sculptor, but Rodin's Debutante
is just as much about the people and events who influence the young man's artistic path.
WILLIAM Douglas Home's romantic comedy The Reluctant Debutante
(pictured) arrives in North Wales next week.
Mi Sueno, who won Saturday's $300,000 Grade I Darley Debutante
at Del Mar under Michael Baze, has a grand recent tradition to live up to this fall.