bonbonnière

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bon·bon·nière

 (bŏn′bŏn-yâr′)
n.
1. A small, ornate box or dish for candy.
2. A confectioner's store.

[French, from bonbon, candy; see bonbon.]

bonbonniere

(ˌbɒnbɒnˈjɛə)
n
1. a small decorative box used to contain sweets
2. confectionery used as a table decoration at formal events or celebrations, such as wedding parties
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New deals with bars and restaurants including Bleriot Bar& Lounge and La Bonbonniere in Brazil and Peru provide Members with more choice at the airport when flying.
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US rap superstar 50 Cent was clocked partying with nightclub mogul Joe Fournier at his A-list hangout Bonbonniere in London's Mayfair this week.
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