Her favorite movies also include Let the Right One In and au Hasard Balthazar.
Jim Adelman, the general manager at au Bon Climat in California's Santa Barbara County, shares this concern.
So we started on the first leg of what turning out to be a 7-hour odyssey through the streets of Port au Prince.
Sure, she was more expensive than an au pair, but, we congratulated ourselves, she spoke English and she knew what she was doing.
Marmur says—"au naturel" being a relative term in Manhattan.
I knew he had never been to Germany before, and was au courant with the harmless nature of his mission.
"Princesse, au revoir," cried he, stumbling with his tongue as well as with his feet.
The doctors grinned sardonic disgust; intimated that a serious danger was threatening society, and hinted an au revoir.
au revoir, Beauche; I'll keep the best palace in Moscow for you!
She has been au courant of the whole affair for the last fortnight—that is, as an on-looker.
French, "at the, to the," from Old French al, contraction of a le, with -l- softened to -u-, as also poudre from pulverem, chaud from calidus, etc. Used in many expressions in cookery, etc., which have crossed the Channel since 18c., e.g. au contraire, literally "on the contrary;" au gratin, literally "with scrapings;" au jus, literally "with the juice."
The symbol for the element gold.
Latin auris utraque (each ear)
The symbol for gold.
Abbreviation of astronomical unit
A soft, shiny, yellow element that is the most malleable of all the metals. It occurs in veins and in alluvial deposits. Because it is very durable, resistant to corrosion, and a good conductor of heat and electricity, gold is used as a plated coating on electrical and mechanical components. It is also an international monetary standard and is used in jewelry and for decoration. Atomic number 79; atomic weight 196.967; melting point 1,063.0°C; boiling point 2,966.0°C; specific gravity 19.32; valence 1, 3. See Periodic Table. See Note at element.