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A high public or government official of the Chinese empire; the term has been used in reference to the power wielded by a mandarin-like class of professionals—physicians, lawyers, scientists, engineers, middle managers, etc.
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She said: "When developing La Mandarine I sought out smaller producers who use traditional techniques of hand block printing, hand beading and embroidering.
Rachel, right, said she decided to name the collection La Mandarine after the name of the house she rents in France.
The unfavorable condition in the capital market forced a number of companies like PT Destinasi Tirta Nusantara Tbk, PT Hotel Mandarine Regency Tbk, and PT Adirasa Selaras Abadi Tbk to postpone listing on the capital market.
As an executive chef at the Mandarine patisserie, cafe and restaurant in Beirut, Hassan Yass-ine explains that he is able to
For full-on glamorous eyes, Guerlain's Divinora fourshade eye shadow in Touche Mandarine is just the job.
Craddock calls for orange curacao in his recipe for the Pegu Club Cocktail, and although I usually go with Cointreau, I've also used Mandarine Napoleon to make this drink.
There are three variants: Coco, Fleurs de Passion and Orange Douce & Mandarine.
A fabulous mix of champaca flower, mandarine and ivy leaves, with orchids, violet, rose, amaranth wood and blackberry musk.
50 for 10ml perfume), which includes ylang-ylang and oakmoss, rose, sandalwood and camomile, and Opium from Yves Saint Laurent, an oriental, heavy fragrance incorporating jasmine, myrrh, mandarine and patchouli (eau de parfum 50ml, pounds 45).
The mum of two's curiosity took her on a long journey from her home in Killinchy to India where she undertook extensive research and learned about hand-made techniques in order to lay the foundations of her new beachwear clothing range, La Mandarine.