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Di·or

 (dē-ôr′), Christian 1905-1957.
French designer noted for his innovative fashions that emphasized narrow shoulders, tight waists, and long, full skirts.
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Dior

(diːˈɔː; French djɔr)
n
(Biography) Christian (ˈkrɪstʃən; French kristjɑ̃). 1905–57, French couturier, noted for his New Look of narrow waist with a long full skirt (1947); he also created the waistless sack dress
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Di•or

(diˈɔr)
n.
Christian, 1905–57, French fashion designer.
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Noun1.Dior - French couturier whose first collection in 1947 created a style that became known as the New Look (1905-1957)
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The two others were Diores, son of Amarynces, and Polyxenus, son of King Agasthenes, son of Augeas.
Helymus follows and now, for the third palm frond, comes Diores. This is when Salius fills the whole gathering in the 340 enormous Hollow with ringing complaints made straight in the faces of front row Elders, demanding return of his prize, so dishonestly stolen.
Lawrence, 1952 (2010) Zodariidae Diores lesserti Not specified Dippenaar- Lawrence, 1952 Schoeman et al.