mazarine


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mazarine

(ˌmæzəˈriːn)
n
(Colours) a deep and rich shade of blue
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She was most like the picture of Lady Ranelagh: and, I have heard, more still to the famous dutchess of Mazarine; but most of all she resembled one whose image never can depart from my breast, and whom, if thou dost remember, thou hast then, my friend, an adequate idea of Sophia.
She directed her course towards the Faubourg Saint Germain, went down the Rue Mazarine, and stopped at the Passage du Pont-Neuf.
Edward Freely was the name that shone in gilt letters on a mazarine ground over the doorplace of the new shop--a generous-sounding name, that might have belonged to the open-hearted, improvident hero of an old comedy, who would have delighted in raining sugared almonds, like a new manna-gift, among that small generation outside the windows.
Earlier, City Edge Developments launched 'Mazarine' and 'The Gate' projects in New Alamein City.
Earlier, City Edge Developments had launched 'Mazarine' and 'The Gate' projects in New Alamein City, stated the report.
- Two emerging brands selected for Designers Apartment (organized by the Federation of Haute Couture and Fashion): Mazarine Paris, laureate of the Grand Prix of Creation of the City of Paris in 2015, and Clara Daguin, who combines artisanal work and emerging technologies
The Ministry of Industry approved a two-year extension of the "Zaafrane" hydrocarbon exploration permit held by ETAP, Mazarine Energie Tunis BF and Bizerte Energy Limited.
Salem chose four species, inspired by their colours and the emotions they evoked - the dark grey Small Copper, the bright pink Swallow Tail, Mazarine Blue and Green Veined Pearl.
"From that point on, Marcel took up residence in the severe, often deserted halls and archives of the Bibliotheque Mazarine where he unearthed papers about Francois Villon and the band of Coquillards.
Bibliotheque Mazarine. Available at: https://www.bibliotheque-mazarine.fr/fr/