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Beau

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Joseph H.S., French physician, 1806-1865. See: Beau lines.
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"Ruby Gillis says she means to have a beau as soon as she's fifteen," said Diana.
But this I can say, that if he ever was a beau before he married, he is one still for there is not the smallest alteration in him."
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.
Back in town they all thought he was dead and his girl felt bad for a little while and then got over it and took up with another beau. The girls say that wasnt romantik but I think it was sensible but if it had been me that died I'd have felt bad if she forgot me so soon.
my beau must be an Adonis indeed, Matilda, the admired of all beholders, if I am to be contented with him alone.
Diana writes me that Dora has a beau. Just think of it--that child!"
EACH week brave Beau Machin, all of six years old, asks: "Will it be today that I walk again, Mum?" And now, thanks to pioneering surgery, his dream could come true.
London, Canada, February 06, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Beau Spinks, an Oakland, California-based talent, lent his voice to Swagelok, a major developer and provider of fluid system solutions and products, assemblies, and services for the research, instrumentation, pharmaceutical, oil, gas, power, petrochemical, alternative fuels, and semiconductor industries.
First we have Mike Peterson and Kevin Graver coming from Jacksonville, FL along with Beau and J.