berthe

berthe

(ˈbɜːθə)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a type of lace collar attached to a low-necked dress
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Her dress was not uncomfortable anywhere; her lace berthe did not droop anywhere; her rosettes were not crushed nor torn off; her pink slippers with high, hollowed-out heels did not pinch, but gladdened her feet; and the thick rolls of fair chignon kept up on her head as if they were her own hair.
Contract award notice: Sps coordinator mission in the context of accessibility of berthe fouchre nursery school and rabelais elementary school in creil
L'Or'al was founded by Bettencourt's parents Louise Madelaine Berthe and Eugene Schueller.
Chris Berthe and Charles Chiang will co-head global delta one, which includes program trading and ETF block trading.
In 1882, Berthe Morisot painted "The Harbor of Nice" (top picture).
M Anderson, Glasgow On February 1, 2002, Francois Fernandez - who was born in 1906 - and Berthe Andree "Madeleine" Francineau, born in 1907, exchanged marriage vows at their care home in Le Foyer du Romarin, Clapiers, France.
Como lo sugirio recientemente Thomas Calvo, todas las personas que conocieron a Jean-Pierre Berthe pueden evocar y compartir numerosos aspectos de su vida.
The highlight of the museum's bicentennial programme for 2015, the Monet and the Birth of Impressionism exhibition, will also feature works by Auguste Renoir, Edgar Degas, Berthe Morisot, Camille Pissarro and Alfred Sisley.
In 1946, he married the love of his life, Berthe (Normandin) Ducheneau.
Extraordinary female artists profiled include Artemisia Gentileschi, Judith Leyster, Angelica Kauffmann, Elisabeth Vigee-Leburn, Berthe Morisot, Georgia O'Keeffe, and many more.
Pour rappel, lors de ce match, le club de l'antique Cirta a commis une faute administrative non prevue par la reglementation, a savoir l'incorporation d'un troisieme joueur etranger, Berthe, a la place de l'Algerien Guerabis alors que les deux autres etrangers, en l'occurrence Bouba et Voavey, etaient toujours sur le terrain.
Emma's regard for her unborn child is described as having been "impaired from the start" (74): such maternal reluctance is perhaps more concretely realized in Emma's refusal to provide physical nurturance to her infant, choosing instead to consign Berthe to the poor wet nurse, Mere Rollet, who takes care of her charges in a wretched hovel at the edge of town.