chapeau


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Chapeau 1: Russie, Allemagne, Bresil, Portugal, Argentine, Belgique,
Chapeau a tous les joueurs pour ce retour en play-offs.
Contract award: Extension and redevelopment of the school canteen group Chapeau Rouge.
Other star lots included a pair of Picasso portraits from the 1930s, "Femme endormie" and "Tete de femme au chapeau mauve.
SOPHISTICATED The city's Francophiles have more or less managed to keep this place a secret, but ever since Chapeau ($$$; 126 Clement St.
The "garment" is accessorised with a necklace of marrow bones topped with a 32-ounce rib eye chapeau.
Picasso's Femme au grand chapeau, buste, 1965, was among the stars of the evening, bringing $9,322,500 (est.
Paintings on display also included Pablo Picasso's Femme Au Grand Chapeau, Buste from 1965 and Mark Rothko's 1961 painting Untitled - a largely orange canvas which could go for up to pounds 16m.
Picasso's Femme au Grand Chapeau Buste, with an estimated value of $12 million, at the Sotheby's showroom in New Bond Street central London, yesterday
Thousands of troops who have passed through Petawawa are familiar with the Chapeau Hotel, just across the river.
The Goofy Hat Bandit hung up his chapeau Wednesday.
of Milwaukee doffed its display ad chapeau to Google.
Bebe Neuwirth brought her sly and snazzy style to Fosse's "All that Jazz," Mercedes Ellington vied for best chapeau with a glorious nest of feathers atop her head.
The interaction between the two men in Chapeau, 2005, seems more like that of partners than, say, close friends, relatives, or lovers.