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Beaulieu

/ ˈbjuːlɪ /

noun

  1. a village in S England, in Hampshire: site of Palace House, seat of Lord Montagu and once the gatehouse of the ruined 13th-century abbey; the National Motor Museum is in its grounds. Pop: 809 (2001)


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There were sparkling hotpants, structured pajama tops, and knee-length fur coats (a collaboration with Philippe Beaulieu).

His friendship with the trio lasted through the early 1960s, about the time he met 14-year-old Priscilla Beaulieu.

Beaulieu, who had lately acquired a high reputation on the battle-fields of Belgium, had now succeeded De Vins in the command.

Leroy-Beaulieu, P. De la colonisation chez les peuples modernes.

So, amid hand-shakings and laughings and blessings, Alleyne Edricson turned his back upon Beaulieu.

The only real competitors were some English people from Beaulieu, whose automobiles were waiting below.

To get out of Beaulieu River is a more difficult matter than to get in.

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