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Boulevardier (cocktail)
The boulevardier cocktail is an alcoholic drink composed of whiskey, sweet vermouth, and Campari. Its creation is ascribed to Erskine Gwynne, an American-born
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Flâneur (redirect from Boulevardier)
English). Flânerie is the act of strolling, with all of its accompanying associations. A near-synonym of the noun is boulevardier. Traditionally depicted
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Boulevardier from the Bronx
Boulevardier from the Bronx is a 1936 Warner Bros. Merrie Melodies cartoon directed by Friz Freleng. The short was released on October 10, 1936. Big-city
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List of IBA official cocktails (section The unforgettables)
recipes omit the crème de violette. Between the Sheets Made with white rum (or other light rum), cognac, triple sec, and lemon juice. Boulevardier Made with
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Whiskey cocktail
grenadine) Rob Roy (Scotch whisky, sweet vermouth, Angostura bitters) Boulevardier (Bourbon, Campari, sweet red vermouth) Bourbon rickey (bourbon, lime
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List of cocktails (alphabetical)
Blue Lagoon Blueberry Tea Bobby Burns Boilermaker Boomerang (cocktail) Boulevardier Bourbon Lancer Bramble IBA Brandy Alexander Brandy Sour/Brandy Daisy
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Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies filmography (1929–1939) (redirect from The Girl at the Ironing Board)
Roll Along theme song starting with Boulevardier from the Bronx. Starting this year, the Looney Tunes series adopts The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down theme song
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Negroni
splash of soda Cardinale: uses dry vermouth in place of sweet vermouth. Boulevardier: uses whiskey in place of gin Old Pal: uses dry vermouth and Canadian
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Boulevards of Paris (section The Boulevards of the Marshals)
Haussmann amongst them, as the large department stores (Printemps and Galeries Lafayette) draw promenaders in the "boulevardier spirit". However, strictly
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Old pal (cocktail)
sports editor for The New York Herald in Paris. This three-ingredient cocktail is essentially a drier version of theboulevardier, which was also invented
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Punt e Mes
substitute for regular rosso vermouth in such drinks as the Americano, Manhattan, Negroni, and Boulevardier. Punt e Mes has a strong, distinctive flavor, half-way
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Arthur Moss (section Boulevardier)
writings drew the attention of Robert McAlmon. The original writings are now in the JFK Library. In 1927 Arthur began publishing Boulevardier with Erskine
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Zahia Dehar
génie ou coeur d'ingénue? | Le boulevardier | Blog L'Express Styles". blogs.lexpress.fr. 26 January 2012. Archived from the original on 3 February 2012.
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Nick Auf der Maur (category Progressive Conservative Party of Canada candidates for the Canadian House of Commons)
boulevardier in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. He was also the father of rock musician Melissa Auf der Maur, through his marriage to Linda Gaboriau. The youngest
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Harry MacElhone (category Scottish emigrants to the United States)
many other cocktails, including the Bloody Mary, sidecar, the monkey gland, theboulevardier, and an early form of the French 75. As of 2011, his descendants
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The New Yorker
and Paris's The Boulevardier (1927 to 1932). In its issue dated November 1, 2004, the magazine endorsed a presidential candidate for the first time, choosing
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International Bartenders Association(category Professional associations based in the United Kingdom)
The International Bartenders Association (IBA), founded on 24 February 1951 in the saloon of the Grand Hotel in Torquay, England, is an international organisation
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Albert, 12th Prince of Thurn and Taxis
castles. The family seat is Saint Emmeram's Abbey. His father, Johannes, 11th Prince of Thurn and Taxis, an internationally renowned boulevardier, died in
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(Ah, the Apple Trees) When the World Was Young
verses and three choruses) in three days. The song is from the perspective of an aging Parisian "​boulevardier​"/"coquette", as they review their life. Edith
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Gentleman thief
George (1 June 1995). Black Bart: Boulevardier Bandit: The Saga of California's Most Mysterious Stagecoach Robber and the Men Who Sought to Capture Him.
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Billboard Frolics
Boulevardier from the Bronx). The plot consists of signs and billboards coming to life and dancing to the song, and eventually a chick (parody of the
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Dizzy Dean (section Ace of the Gashouse Gang)
parodied in the 1936 Merrie Melodies cartoon Boulevardier from the Bronx with a character named Dizzy Dan. Dean was also referenced in the 1939 Laurel
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List of fugitives from justice who disappeared
George (1 June 1995). Black Bart: Boulevardier Bandit: The Saga of California's Most Mysterious Stagecoach Robber and the Men Who Sought to Capture Him.
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Ordre des Palmes académiques (redirect from The Order of the Academic Palms)
Paris based Boulevardier paper, 1927-1932 Ralph M. Hester, Professor of French, Stanford University, co-author of Découverte et Création, the most widely
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List of cocktails (redirect from None but the Brave (cocktail))
screwdriver A Harvey Wallbanger Amber Moon Blue Blazer Black Nail Bobby Burns Boulevardier IBA Bourbon Lancer Brooklyn Churchill Farnell Irish coffee IBA Horsefeather
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List of stock characters
many fictional works. The following list labels some of these stereotypes and provides examples. Some character archetypes, the more universal foundations
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Pierre Schlumberger
(1929–2007), who had been married to Pedro Bessone Basto, a Portuguese "boulevardier", for less than a year. He was 47, she was 32. They lived in Houston
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The Looney Looney Looney Bugs Bunny Movie
The Looney Looney Looney Bugs Bunny Movie (credited onscreen as Friz Freleng's Looney Looney Looney Bugs Bunny Movie) is a 1981 American animated package
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Sacha Guitry (category Chevaliers of the Légion d'honneur)
profession. He became known for his stage performances, particularly in boulevardier roles. He was also a prolific playwright, writing 115 plays throughout
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List of French words of Germanic origin (A-B) (section Scope of the dictionary)
bolle, bol "bole, trunk, torso" < Gmc + werk "work" < Gmc) boulevarder boulevardier boulevardière boulevari (also boulvari) ( alt. < hourvari) boulin "putlog-hole"
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Le Journal (category Newspapers of the Vichy regime)
and managed by the family of Henri Letellier in 1899 and became "the most Parisian, the most literary, and the most boulevardier of the newspapers of Paris"
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Deception (1946 film)
artist she marries, and the elderly boulevardier who bought the dress shop for her. The young man confesses, and the play ends with the expectation that he
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Kiki Preston
who later became a writer, the publisher of the magazine Boulevardier, and a columnist for the European edition of the New York Herald Tribune. Their
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Gigi (1958 film) (category Films set in the 1900s)
would be ideal for aging boulevardier Honoré Lachaille, and Lerner proposed Dirk Bogarde for Gaston. Lerner agreed to write the lyrics if Freed could convince
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Yreka, California (category Mining communities of the California Gold Rush)
Siskiyou Daily. Retrieved July 20, 2013. George Hoeper (1995). Black Bart: Boulevardier Bandit. Quill Driver Books. ISBN 978-1-884995-05-7. Retrieved August
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List of English words of French origin (A–C)
bouffant bougainvillea bougie bouillabaisse bouillon boule boulevard boulevardier bound (v.) Old Fr. bondir bound (n.) Old Fr. bonde boundary bounty bouquet
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São Schlumberger
before switching to studying art at the Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga, where she met Pedro Bessone Basto, a "boulevardier" from a wealthy family. They married
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Speedy Gonzales (film) (category Films set in the United States)
with a brilliant idea: Gain the services of the aptly named "Speedy Gonzales". The group agrees, so the leader goes to the carnival where Speedy resides
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Her Wedding Night
as Mrs. Marshall Raoul Paoli as The Mayor Rose Dione as Masseuse (uncredited) Sam Savitsky as Parisian Boulevardier (uncredited) "Her Wedding Night"
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Porky Pig filmography
1936) (Jack King) Milk and Money (October 3, 1936) (Tex Avery) Boulevardier from the Bronx (October 10, 1936) - "Merrie Melodies" series, cameo appearance
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The Golden Age of Looney Tunes
(Freleng/Sep 19/5:6) - 1936 Boulevardier From the Bronx (Freleng/Oct 10/3:7) - 1936 Don't Look Now (Avery/Nov 7/5:2) - 1936 The Coo-Coo Nut Grove (Freleng/Nov
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Baseball Bugs
by Friz Freleng. The short was released on February 2, 1946, and stars Bugs Bunny. In the short, Bugs Bunny singlehandedly defeats the "Gas-House Gorillas"
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Boulevard
were sometimes called boulevardiers. Seemingly by coincidence, the central areas are commonly used for playing games with boules. The historically most famous
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James Harding (music writer) (category Alumni of the University of Bristol)
the last boulevardier (1967) James Harding, The astonishing adventure of General Boulanger (1971) James Harding, The Ox on the Roof; scenes from the musical
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Richard Holden (Canadian politician)(category Members of the United Church of Canada)
and member of the provincial legislature of Quebec, Canada. An obituary describes him as cynical and self-deprecating, a boulevardier and a maverick
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The Fella with the Fiddle
The Fella with the Fiddle is a 1937 Warner Bros. Merrie Melodies cartoon directed by Friz Freleng. The short was released on March 27, 1937. The title
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List of English Latinates of Germanic origin
bordello border boss "button, bump" botany boudoir bouffant boulevard boulevardier bouquet bourgeois (also burgeois) bourgeoise bourgeoisie boutonniere
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Street (section Role in the built environment)
beggars, boulevardiers, patrons of pavement cafés, peoplewatchers, streetwalkers, and a diversity of other characters are habitual users of a street; the same
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This Is the Night (1932 film)
Porter (uncredited) Rolfe Sedan as Boulevardier (uncredited) Harry Semels as Man in the Manhole (uncredited) This is the Night is Cary Grant's feature film
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Zelig (category Films set in the 1920s)
Woody Allen comedy. Variety said the film was "consistently funny, though more academic than boulevardier", and the Christian Science Monitor called it
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boulevardier
Borrowed from French boulevardier, from boulevard +‎ -ier. Rhymes: -ɪə(ɹ) boulevardier (plural boulevardiers) A man who frequents the boulevards; thus, a
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1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Meilhac, Henri
vivacious boulevardier spirit which brought him to the front. About 1860 he met Ludovic Halévy, and the two began a collaboration in writing for the stage
Texts from Wikisource
When the Lights Go Down (book)
extravaganza Calmos (and the picture failed, even in France)...There are two pals again, but now they're forty-year-old boulevardiers..One is a gynecologist
Quotes from Wikiquote
History of Western Theatre: 17th Century to Now/Boulevard of the 20th
the land of the Marseillaise turned topsy-turvy by the arrival of a royal personage! Imagine that personage a boulevardier among boulevardiers. King Manoel
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