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Cardin

[kahr-dan; French kar-dan] /kɑrˈdæn; French kærˈdɛ̃/
noun
1.
Pierre, born 1922, French fashion designer.
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  • Father Cardin erected his church and commenced his ministry.

  • There was also Cardin, a slighter and younger boy who had played the position on the Second Team last year.

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  • When play began again Stone was somewhat dourly looking on from the bench and Cardin was in command.

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  • Stone was still disgruntled and very pessimistic, and he and Cardin grumbled together all during the third period.

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  • Cardin is no better than you are now and I miss my guess if you dont come faster the rest of the season than he does.

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Cardin

/French kardɛ̃/
noun
1.
Pierre (pjɛr). born 1922, French couturier, noted esp for his collections for men
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