Blaschko

Blasch·ko

(blahs'kō),
Alfred, Austrian dermatologist, 1858-1922. See: lines of Blaschko.
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He considered them bourgeois, and found more diversion at the club.
For the benefit of readers voracious for everything about everybody, schedule chapters might be provided by inferior novelists, good at painting say tiresome bourgeois fathers, gouty uncles and brothers in the army, as sometimes in great pictures we read that the sheep in the foreground have been painted by Mr.
The modern bourgeois society that has sprouted from the ruins of feudal society has not done away with clash antagonisms.
Born of an old Alencon family, du Bousquier was a cross between the bourgeois and the country squire.
It is like that Turkish phrase of Moliere's that so astonished the bourgeois gentleman by the number of things implied in its utterance.
Still she did not deem it necessary to conceal her employer's poverty, which was soon divulged to the porteress, and by her to the bourgeois.
For after all, in that Allegre Pavilion, my dear Rita, you were but a crowd of glorified bourgeois.
There is as much difference to my eyes between the leaded bourgeois type of a Times article and the slovenly print of an evening half-penny paper as there could be between your negro and your Esquimau.
She had chosen the moment before bed, when, in accordance with their bourgeois habit, she always dispensed drinks to the men.
There was nothing notable in the event which thus set the bells and the bourgeois of Paris in a ferment from early morning.
Petersburg, when a relation of his mother's (who was of bourgeois origin, of course), died at Moscow.
There are such women, and they will love you just as readily as any pusillanimous product of bourgeois sheltered life.