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Beau

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Joseph H.S., French physician, 1806-1865. See: Beau lines.
References in classic literature ?
To do him justice, he did every thing in his power to promote their unreserve, by making the Miss Steeles acquainted with whatever he knew or supposed of his cousins' situations in the most delicate particulars,--and Elinor had not seen them more than twice, before the eldest of them wished her joy on her sister's having been so lucky as to make a conquest of a very smart beau since she came to Barton.
Twill be a fine thing to have her married so young to be sure," said she, "and I hear he is quite a beau, and prodigious handsome.
my beau must be an Adonis indeed, Matilda, the admired of all beholders, if I am to be contented with him alone.
Ruby Gillis thinks of nothing but beaus," said Anne disdainfully.
POIGNANT: Joe Biden with son Beau in a picture from the 70s.
Joe Biden recently opened up about the final moments of his son, Beau, who died of brain cancer in 2015.
The footage of little Beau Bailey's Love Island-themed display at a "teenie pageant" was shot by her proud mum.
BRITAIN'S Got Talent star Beau Dermott raised spirits during a flying visit to Birmingham Children's Hospital.
BRITAIN'S Got Talent star Beau Dermott has insured her stunning voice for PS1m after signing a major record deal.
Location of works, place of delivery supplies or performance: Saint Martin le Beau 37270 Saint Martin le Beau
The Beau Monde: Fashionable Society in Georgian London.
BEAU Dermott is already guaranteed a recording deal, according to a BGT source.