Bilboquet

Bil´bo`quet


n.1.The toy called cup and ball.
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It confides an unfledged scion to some head-clerk, or gives him in charge of a directory who initiates him into what Bilboquet, that profound philosopher, called the high comedy of government; he is spared all the horrors of drudgery and is finally appointed to some important office.
amp;nbsp;Some users, especially in Dallas, called for a boycott of Le Bilboquet.
Federer, whose net worth is estimated as heading toward half a billion dollars, ate with the philanthropist at Manhattan's Le Bilboquet French bistrot on Friday afternoon, the New York Post reported.
In 2015, their shroud of secrecy almost slipped when Katie attended Jamie's surprise birthday bash at Le Bilboquet in New York, as insiders said she was "so in love" with her boyfriend.
The luxury project has 300,000 square feet of upscale, open-air retail and eateries leased to high-end tenants including Herms, Christian Louboutin, Tom Ford, Jimmy Choo, Warby Parker, Diptyque, Brunello Cucinelli, Flywheel, Doraku Sushi, Gypsy Kitchen, Le Bilboquet, The Southern Gentleman and Shake Shack.
Muy enterado del tema, el neoyorquino explica que varias culturas de distintos paises tienen juegos similares al balero: --El bilboquet de Francia, el kendama de Japon y la lanza de pescado de ciertos grupos indigenas estadunidenses son algunos.
Le bambin, le poupon, le marmot a trouve les trois labiales; il bee, il baye, il balbutie, il begaye, il babille, il blatere, il bele, il bavarde, il braille, il boude, il bouque, il bougonne sur une babiole, sur une bagatelle, sur une billevesee, sur une betise, sur un bebe, sur un bonbon, sur un bobo, sur le bilboquet pendu a l'etalage du bimbelotier.
Francois Rohaut sends over Bilboquet from his French base.
He has been staying with his stable-companion Bilboquet at the Lambourn yard of Toby Balding, whose assistant Jonathan Geake revealed today: "I believe that Gun N' Roses is now going to go back to France where he could go over fences.
One is surprised, in view of the ludic quality that is rightly seen as characterizing the discourse of Bel-Ami, that no mention is made of the onomastic value of Clotilde de Marelle's surname (spelling sic: her name has no final s) as Maupassant's proto-feminist hopscotches from bed to bed and from man to man; also, in the same playful context, that there is no reference to a bilboquet motif that allows the novel's male protagonists to fill their cups whilst simultaneously fiddling with their balls.
In excerpts from Petite Cantate pour Bilboquet ("Little Cantata for Bilboquet," to Bach), Rioult alternated coquettish phrases for the three men and three women in predictably symmetrical patterns, all facing the audience.