(n.) A man who takes great care to dress in the latest fashion; a dandy.
(n.) A man who escorts, or pays attentions to, a lady; an escort; a lover.
(1) With his father, then Delaware’s senior US senator, at his side in 2006, Joseph R “Beau” Biden III launched his campaign for attorney general.
(2) Warm words from Obama for Biden leave door open for support for 2016 run Read more The US vice-president, in a conference call with Democratic National Committee members, said he was trying to decide whether he could give “my whole heart and my whole soul” to a run for the White House, but also alluded to the burden that had been placed on his family by the death of his son, Beau Biden .
(3) They call him “Joe”, worry aloud about his family and try to combine excitement about a potential run with genuine heartfelt personal concern with how he is coping with the death of Beau.
(4) Several weeks after discontinuation of interferon therapy, Mees-Beau lines became evident on the patient's fingernails.
(5) Clooney directs, and has co-written the screenplay with Grant Heslov and Beau Willimon, author of the original stage play, Farragut North.
(6) But if their daddy did a good job that might make take a second look.” Beau Jackson Jr agreed.
(7) I was able to witness first-hand Beau’s character,” Odierno said.
(8) But while graffiti artists have benefited from the radical chic factor, the beau monde never hired street vendors to give them some rebellious cool.
(9) Beau Biden, son of US vice-president Joe Biden, dies of brain cancer at 46 Read more President Barack Obama on Saturday addressed a full Catholic Mass honoring Beau Biden in Wilmington, Delaware.
(10) Based on a script by Oscar-nominated writer Beau Willimon, it was to be a remake the 1990 BBC series House of Cards, and would star Kevin Spacey as an amoral US senator.
(11) And I knew that I was loved and his hand would never leave mine.” The death of Beau Biden is the first time a sitting US president or vice-president has lost one of their own children since John F Kennedy’s son Patrick died just two days after his birth in 1963.
(12) Also cheers to Lizzy Caplan for her nominations for Masters of Sex (and the show’s recognition for great guest stars like Allison Janney and Beau Bridges too).
(13) In addition to these dystrophies due to abnormal formation of the matrix, there are other malformations, bayonet hair and the Pohl-Beau line, which are secondary to temporary disturbances in other volumetric control parameters.
(14) This lead to a complete acute zinc deficiency syndrome with pronounced acrodermatitis enteropathica-like skin changes in the face and the genital region, paronychia, flat blistering on the hands and feet, loss of hair, fingernail ridging (Beau's) and serious physical changes.
(15) And it is a testament to Joe and Jill – to who they are – that Beau lived a life that was full; a life that mattered; a life that reflected their reverence for family.” Facebook Twitter Pinterest Beau Biden speaks at the 2012 Democratic convention.
(16) It has been reported that he was urged to run by his son, Beau, who died in May after a lengthy battle with cancer.
(17) José Ignacio is where the beau monde of South America come to hang out until the end of April before jetting off to Europe or the US to chase the sun.
(18) Could they have destroyed the very thing they want to make happen by misreading the delicate public sympathy since Beau’s death?
(19) Among 2016 presidential candidates, Democrat frontrunner Hillary Clinton used Twitter to say: “My heart is broken for the family of Beau Biden – a wonderful man who served his country with devotion and lived his life with courage.” Presumed Republican frontrunner Jeb Bush said: “Saddened by the news of Beau Biden’s passing.
(20) The idea that we’d say goodbye to Don and the SC&P crew as they jetted off into the sun – and Joan into the arms of new beau Richard Burghoff – would be far too neat.
(n.) The forms required by good breeding, or prescribed by authority, to be observed in social or official life; observance of the proprieties of rank and occasion; conventional decorum; ceremonial code of polite society.
(1) Kids can roll their sleeves up and dig for skeletons, dress up as Romans, handle neolithic artefacts, go metal detecting, learn medieval royal etiquette, take a lesson in stone-age survival skills, and take part in period-focused workshops.
(2) Johann Hari, who has written for the Independent over the past decade, s aid in a blogpost entitled "Interview etiquette" , written late on Monday, that when "I've interviewed a writer" he had "occasionally" chosen to quote "the idea as they expressed it in writing, rather than how they expressed it in speech" to make their thoughts clearer.
(3) It might be really sordid and bad sexual etiquette, but whatever else it is, it is not rape or you bankrupt the term rape of all meaning."
(4) Meanwhile, a comment piece in the Sydney Daily Telegraph accuses the British press of honouring "an antiquated code of etiquette" by not publishing the image.
(5) Most of them were habituated – that is, used to, human observers with an understanding of gorilla etiquette – but misunderstandings sometimes occur.
(6) To study patient preferences on physician attire and etiquette, we interviewed 200 patients on the general medical services of teaching hospitals in Boston and San Francisco.
(7) Four (2.6%) had acceptable etiquette, and 149 (96.8%) had bad respiratory etiquette.
(8) The Sherpas believed the Europeans had dangerously breached mountain etiquette by moving across ropes that were being fixed when they'd been asked to wait; during the argument, a Sherpa waved an ice axe threateningly and the European called him a "motherfucker".
(9) Just about everything – from what to serve, to how to eat, nothing brings out more social judgment than nibbles etiquette.
(10) She spellchecks on Twitter Asked for etiquette tips on how to stay classy online, Stewart advised the audience to try not to misspell on social media.
(11) Updated at 4.42pm BST 4.17pm BST My colleague Paul Harris has been considering the Romney tapes and in this post, he gets at what's so toxic about them – voters do not like a candidate who "talks about them behind their backs": In many ways the true horror of Mitt Romney's secretly recorded remarks made at a private fundraiser is that they are a terrible breach of etiquette.
(12) The Respect MP George Galloway has been criticised by the leader of his party for suggesting that the rape allegations facing the WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange amount to little more than "really bad manners" and "bad sexual etiquette".
(13) His perfect manners were based not on etiquette but on sensitivity to others.
(14) But back in the General Staff's Versailles-like HQ, among the columns, frescos and sweeping staircases, the Fragonards and the Bouchers on the walls and the marble floors underfoot, the aristocrats and the officer class – their faces mean, smug, scarred or fat – trade ghastly obscenities about acceptable death tolls and national honour, their moral universe and patterns of thought throttled by protocol, precedent, military codes and banal social etiquette.
(15) Smythson does, after all, advise customers on etiquette.
(16) Shame, especially, was to be worked out according to the best codes of public-school etiquette, in the privacy of one's mental dormitory.
(17) He too was West Ham and he profanely schooled me in the breached etiquettes of Ince's departure – "You don't say you'll sign a new contract then show up on the back pages in a Man U shirt."
(18) This just doesn't sound like the BBC I know where knowledge – especially about what your rivals and competitors are up to – is power; and it's perhaps the first indication that Entwistle was already imprisoned by organisational etiquette.
(19) They also showed an immediate grasp of Twitter etiquette by using the blogging site as a window into a private life – Wendi_Deng teased her "husband" about the speed with which he gained followers – in just three days he has over 90,000 followers.
(20) Meetings would be held seated on the floor in a circle, erasing all signs of hierarchy that traditionally has been part of Afghan court etiquette.