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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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It heavily features the Chinese orchid and combining with mandarine, jasmine and a powdery touch of iris the perfume is luxurious and fresh.
The latest edition, Mandarine Tout Simplement, includes three essences of mandarin from Calabria for a fruity and exotic fragrance.
(My paternal grandmother is peeling a mandarine and asks if I wish a tangerine.)
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Afterwards there used to be a superb croque monsieur and coffee to be had at Mandarine, which has now probably folded its wings.
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Sur la route mandarine, which opens with the author in Hanoi, contains a set of descriptions and reflections recorded as he travels south: to Hue, Cholon, and a leper colony on an island near My Tho, and then to Angkor and finally to the hill regions occupied by the "Moi" people.