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English dandy who was a fashion leader during the Regency (1778-1840)

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Georgiana Cavendish, Duchess of Devonshire secured the third position followed by George Brummell.
The Dandy and the Herald: Manners, Mind, and Morals from Brummell to Durrell.
Each attracted a certain type of clientele based on occupation or attitude, for example, Tories and Whigs, merchants and lawyers, booksellers and authors, or men of fashion like the well-known Dandy Beau Brummell.
I emerged with a fitted cardigan (which, with my weight loss, I can once again sport!), a shirt and a hat (pictures on Facebook at George Galloway MP and left), and felt quite the Beau Brummell.
Former lecturer Mark Brummell, 53, was rushed to hospital on Monday, but his injuries proved fatal.
FOR the royal meeting I'm happy enough for Ascot to introduce any new rules it chooses, on the basis that it's an anachronistic and arcane one-off, a last bastion of Beau Brummell. If it were just for the week[bar] I wouldn't bat an eyelid, but it's the thin end of the wedge, a step in the wrong direction that extends to every day in the calendar, heading far away from the recent enlightened move to a less formal regime, which seemed to encourage smartness rather than impose it with a look down the nose.
The synthesis of many cell-wall-modifying enzymes, including endo-PG and endo-1,4-[beta]-glucanase, is regulated by ethylene, although the accumulation of others such as PME may be controlled by different factors (BRUMMELL; HARPSTER, 2001).
Members of the Bay of Quinte Branch Executive were busy scurrying about in the fall with donated copies of Connie Brummell Crook's historical novels.
El durazno es una fruta climaterica, por lo que los cambios en color, firmeza, sabor, produccion de etileno, y otros, continuan despues de ser cosechado (Brummell et al., 2004).
So impeccably dressed was dandy George (Beau) Brummell (1778-1840) that the rumour went round that different, specialist glovemakers produced each finger of his gloves.