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Synonyms for panache

distinctive and stylish elegance

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a feathered plume on a helmet

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Catering to any mood - from sultry and sophisticated with Superbra, or bright and lively with Cleo - Panache are the best on the market.
Throughout the spring, Panache is open seven days per week, including Sundays until the May 31, from 11am to 3pm.
The group handed out around 255 Iftar food packets to the labourers, with active participation by 50 members from Green Hope UAE along with Elena Weber, the founder of the Icons Coffee Couture cafe chain and Panache International representatives.
Speaking at the launch Sumit Alagh, the Cofounder and Business Head of Panache India said, “Our Christmas Offer is a yet another way to show our love and regards to our customers.
24 July 2012 a[euro]" US alcoholic beverage producer Panache Beverages Inc (PINK:BMXD) on Tuesday said it had begun material discussions to buy privately-held New Zealand-based sector player VnC Cocktails Ltd.
STYLE AND PANACHE rounded off 2011 in winning form and she looks to have returned similarly this term.
Panache stocks a stunning range of accessories, including hats, fascinators and jewellery, to complement your outfit.
Averil moved recently into premises in Station Road, formerly Rachel's of Dorridge, which is now trading under its new name Panache.
Whilst he may not possess our favourite Scousers' panache, a vital goal in a very important UEFA Cup tie to go with his earlier round effort may well start a cult interest in the unsung Sibierski.
Starlight." The tale is told by his more talented but duller-witted older brother, Cledwyn, who wants to resent him but is as dazzled as the rest of the world by his brother's over-the-top panache and the feel-good aura he generates, and can only accept his excesses and love him.
No one, it seems, had Geraldine's vision or panache. Her taste was simply impeccable.
After the initial fashion-plate poses of the ballerinas in cascading, color-layered tutus (Haydee Morales' gorgeous rendering of the Karinska originals), three duets showed panache in beats, then leaps, and finally arabesques, when eerily ardent Katia Carranza surrendered to Kenta Shimizu's willing hands.
Testing parody's capacity to reveal official history's omissions, Powerpoint virtuoso Walid Ra'ad presents the Atlas Group's often preposterous archive with digital panache, but heuristic red herrings aren't the sole preserve of performance art: Ra'ad's work overlaps with the academic establishment's own pursuit of tricky textual strategies and its excavation of fallacies, fictions, and symptomatic utterances.
If there is such a thing as a gay revolution happening on TV, it could not have occurred with more panache than dished out by the guys on Queer Eye for the Straight Guy ["Queer Eye Confidential," September 2].
Authors like Diane McKinney Whetstone, BeBe Moore Campbell, and Lorraine Carey have captured the familiar sights and subtle nuances of the City of Brotherly Love with panache and style.