ninon


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a fine strong sheer silky fabric made of silk or rayon or nylon

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One thinks, too, of Schiller's mockery of Ninon de Lenclos in his poem "Die beruhmte Frau" (The Famous Woman, 1788).
Les Delices de Ninon will reformulate its products, if management believes that there is a possibility of a good market for the adapted items throughout Europe.
Lorsque Zola entre en litterature avec les Contes a Ninon (1864), il entend s'imposer par une strategie a double detente.
Retour sur la methode de travail de Zola" (488-90), "Feerie et fantasmes dans les Contes a Ninon," "Therese Raquin.
Miss Torres probably needed to see a few more Mexican films from the period in question, particularly those that featured Ninon Sevilla in them, if anything, just to lend some authenticity to the "new" dance form that was (then) being developed.
The sitting Judge, Ninon Colneric, has social democrat leanings and is challenged by certain members of the ruling coalition in Berlin.
Vale la pena leer lo que Madame Ninon de L'Enclos escribio al marques de Sevigne en el siglo XVII a proposito de los elogios femeninos: "Si es fea, la creemos y la amamos; si es tan bonita como nosotras, le damos friamente las gracias y la desdenamos; si es mas bonita, aun la odiamos un poco mas que antes de que hubiera hablado.
Somehow, Gonzalez's book lacks the historical depth and analysis that characterizes, for instance, Chanan's work, but the fact that he devotes articles to particular issues allows the author to pay special attention, in a loving and poetic way at times, to very specific people or issues in Cuban film, such as Tomas Gutierrez Alea, Ninon Sevilla, or the rumba in Cuban and Mexican melodrama.
Se cuenta que el presidente Adolfo Lopez Mateos amenazo con cerrarlo pues los huespedes tenian la costumbre de lucir sus cuerpos sin tapujos --hay quien recuerda a Ninon Sevilla en lios con la policia municipal por salir en bikini-- y andar siempre ebrios: en una borrachera inventaron el famoso "Coco Loco", bebida tradicional del establecimiento, que incluye agua de coco, ron, vodka, tequila, ginebra, brandy, jugo de limon y azucar.
Through pairings of Louis and Gino Quilico, Ninon Vallin and George Thill, Victor Maurel and Francesco Tamagno, Emma Eames and Marcella Sembrich, Joan Hammond and Marie Collier, Tiana Lemnitz and Meta Seinemeyr, Mario Sammarco and Mariano Stabile, Dmitri Hvorostovsky and Pavel Lisistsyan, and Gerhard Husch and Hermann Prey, Steane shares with the reader his thoughts on what makes an inte resting singer.
Before it was ninon because it was cheaper, but that doesn't have the drapability that a voile has.
Seguido se reunian en mi casa los jovenes del Moncada con Raul y los fines de semana visitabamos a Ninon Sevilia" (estrella cubana "exotica" --como se llamaba entonces a las rumberas-- del cine mexicano), "la que cordialmente nos recibia.
El se llevaba mucho con Elsa Aguirre, con Tongolele, con Ninon Sevilla, con Maria Victoria.
He conducted a revival of Mehul's Joseph, and gave concerts with Magda Tagliaferro, who had earlier recorded his piano concerto, and Ninon Vallin, soprano, with whom he had recorded some of his songs before World War II.
En Mexico recibio la inestimable ayuda de la vedette cubana Ninon Sevilla, que ya triunfaba en el cine mexicano, y del bongocero Clemente "Chicho" Piquero, el mismo que auxilio a Benny More.