doyenne


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a woman who is the senior member of a group

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Upon reaching the goal of enrolling 100 Change Makers in The Luxury Brand Doyenne Academy, Holistic Fashionista will award one participant a game-changing $10,000 business scholarship.
The winery also produces the Doyenne wines which include classic northern Rhone Syrah C awarded as one of the great 15 Syrahs of the world; the Grand Ciel Syrah from their own Estate vineyard, a Roussanne; Metier, as Southern Rhone-style red wine; Aix, a Provence-style red wine and a Bandol-style Rose.
Caption: Douglas Elliman Retail Group doyenne Faith Hope Consolo is joined by Fox-TV anchor Ernie Anastos at the 13th Annual Doodle for Hunger event to benefit the St.
Fondee en 1889, l'UIP est la doyenne des organisations politiques internationales.
Debut win for Doyenne Alan King and Robert Thornton were disappointed when the wellfancied Desert Joe was beaten earlier on the card, but the pair signed off in a better frame of mind after La Belle Doyenne made a winning debut in the fillies' junior bumper.
SHE'S the doe-eyed doyenne of the fashion world, with rock star pedigree and Doctor Who for a boyfriend.
Sweet Sensation pears are the brand name for the Rode Doyenne van Doom variety, which is similar in taste in quality to Doyenne du Cornice pears.
Israel: Tamar Golan, the doyenne of the Israeli press corps who as both journalist and diplomat was a spearhead of the Jewish state s relations with Africa, has died aged 76.
The pear variety Doyenne du Comice is sweet, large and juicy.
Pear Doyenne du Comice - a classic, very popular pear - exceptionally sweet, large and juicy.
Local schoolchildren took part in the concert as did Denbigh & District Male Voice Choir, soloist Eleri Woolford and speech and language doyenne Wendy Grey Lloyd.
I tell all my sellers, 'You must give them a deal,'" said real estate doyenne Sharon Baum, a senior vice president at the Corcoran Group.
In this case that was soprano Jane Manning, doyenne of contemporary vocal music, and here totally assured in the imaginative and rigorous writing of Joanna Lee, whose Chansons Innocentes, assured and confident in the composition, would have flattered any composer, let alone a 26-year-old student.
In San Francisco, whenever Margaret Jenkins, the doyenne of Bay Area modernists, produces a new work, it dominates the schedule.
He joins previous AIPC award recipients who include doyenne Martha Stewart and author James Michener.