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Beau

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Joseph H.S., French physician, 1806-1865. See: Beau lines.
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Founded by mother-daughter trio, Michelle, Gabriela, and Isabella Montalvo, Indigo Beaux seeks to provide women with easier access to hard-to-find products, giving them the ultimate spa experience right at home.
Each month, subscribers can expect a curated selection of 4-5 full-sized, high-end beauty, skincare, and relaxation products from brands carefully hand selected by the Indigo Beaux team, including RMS, BECCA, Kari Gran, Cocolux, Cacao Art, and more.
Inspired by the Queen's Diamond Jubilee, the Beaux Arts Grand Court Ball will convene March 9 at the Hyatt Regency at Colorado Convention Center.
The Beaux Arts Ball will raise funds for National Jewish Health, the #1 respiratory hospital in the nation, known worldwide for treatment of patients with respiratory, cardiac, immune and related disorders, and for groundbreaking medical research.
The show completed its tour in the spring of 2008 at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA), where the Philadelphia-born Beaux exhibited her paintings and made history in 1895 as the first female art school instructor in the United States.
Positioned on the main axis of the Beaux Arts building, it is an independent structure measuring 540 sq ft (about 50 sq m).
But except to say ``wait and see,'' Beaux and her colleagues wouldn't drop any hints about possible outrageousness planned for the college's first Rose Bowl appearance since its two back-to-back victories in 1971 and 1972.
OLD BEAUX AND YOUNG BEAUX" IS AN UNPUBLISHED ESSAY by Mary Noailles Murfree, a regionalist most widely recognized for her first book, In the Tennessee Mountains.
MIAMI -- Hotel Beaux Arts Miami enters the evolving Miami luxury hotel scene with class and style for the discriminating traveler.