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fleuron

(ˈflʊərɒn; -rən; ˈflɜː-)
n
1. (Art Terms) another name for flower8
2. (Cookery) cookery a decorative piece of pastry
[C14: from French, from Old French floron, from flor flower]

fleu•ron

(ˈflɜr ɒn, ˈflʊər-)

n.
a floral ornament or motif, as in architecture or printing.
[1350–1400; Middle English flouron < Old French floron <flor flower]
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Nestled inside a purple gift box is a bottle of Fleuron de France Brut NV Champagne which is rich and toasty with plenty of charm, and a bottle of Chambord black raspberry liqueur to make a Kir Royale.
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This event was organised in memory of the defunct BE[umlaut]chir Salem Belkhiria (March 4, 1930 - November 26, 1985), fleuron of Tunisian industry and one of the pioneers in matters of guiding Tunisian youth inventors.
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From 1922 Oliver Simon--once described by his brother, Herbert, as the firm's 'most uncommercial commercial traveller'--was deeply involved, with Stanley Morison of the Monotype Corporation, in the production of Fleuron, a journal devoted to typography.