bon vivant

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bon viveur

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a person devoted to refined sensuous enjoyment (especially good food and drink)

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The Bon Vivant range is described by the company as "a cosmopolitan collection for the modern trendsetter" and is inspired by French art, architecture and couture style.
There is a mixture of ages, professions, churches, counties, and even states in Bon Vivant, the same as it is in the Delta.
This volume examines the American exploration of Franz Josef Land between 1898 and 1905, when three expeditions launched from the archipelago in attempt to reach the geographic North Pole, but ended in failure: the Wellman expedition run by Walter Wellman, a Chicago journalist and bon vivant in search of fame; the Baldwin-Ziegler expedition, led by Evelyn Briggs Baldwin, a Midwestern government meteorologist; and the Fiala-Ziegler expedition, run by Anthony Fiala, a photographer and graphic artist in search of God.
Celebre pour son franc-parler et ses coups de gueule, Jean-Pierre Coffe, avec ses lunettes rondes et colorees sur le nez, ce bon vivant ne machait jamais ses mots pour denoncer la [beaucoup moins que]malbouffe[beaucoup plus grand que], cheval de bataille de l'animateur, qui fut egalement restaurateur et comedien.
They even do a fantastic line in Scottish tapas Paul Kitching 21212, Edinburgh, chooses The Bon Vivant Thistle Street, Edinburgh Michelin awardwinning chef Paul says The Bon Vivant bar and restaurant feels like Scotland's coolest pub.
Young Parisian bon vivant Gaston Lachaille falls in love and seeks to make her his mistress.
Andy Cohen is a man who wears many hats: shtick-y late night talk show host who knows how to bring a reluctant guest out her shell with a heavy pour; legendary development executive almost single-handedly responsible for the multi-tentacled grasp the Real Housewives franchise has on our increasingly fragile ecosystem; bon vivant and man about town who seems to know everybody, turn up everywhere, and record it all meticulously and flatteringly on Instagram.
THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL Friday, Sky Movies Premiere, 8pm PREMIERE Young bellhop Tony Revolori is tutored in the rules of refinement by concierge Ralph Fiennes (above), a fastidious bon vivant behind bars in Ruritania between the wars.
Best International Restaurant Bar: The Bon Vivant (Edinburgh)
Abbes Kabbage etait autodidacte, fin diplomate, bon tacticien, bon vivant, maitrisant aussi bien l'Arabe que la langue de Moliere.
Historian, scholar, journalist, wit and bon vivant, he enriched our lives with his writings and , above all, with his friendship.
In June 1971, a New York couple decided their Bon Vivant brand vichyssoise tasted strange so they put aside their bowls, too late.
described her daughter as a performer and bon vivant best known for her rich singing voice.
The Bon Vivant in Thistle Street has brought in solera barrels, which age the tipple in such a way that the finished product is a mixture of ages.
Synopsis: Woody Robins is a bon vivant, devil-may-care wine guru who specializes in investigatory work involving rare artifacts of a vinous nature.