(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.) One who loves; one who is in love; -- usually limited, in the singular, to a person of the male sex.
(n.) A friend; one strongly attached to another; one who greatly desires the welfare of any person or thing; as, a lover of his country.
(n.) One who has a strong liking for anything, as books, science, or music.
(n.) Alt. of Lovery
(1) McNear was in New York that summer after her junior year and for nearly two months they were lovers in Manhattan.
(2) Music lovers have rightly championed the risk-taking and diversity of 6 Music.
(3) The clashes between the moralistic Levin and his friend Oblonsky, sometimes affectionate, sometimes angry, and Levin's linkage of modernity to Oblonsky's attitudes – that social mores are to be worked around and subordinated to pleasure, that families are base camps for off-base nooky – undermine one possible reading of Anna Karenina , in which Anna is a martyr in the struggle for the modern sexual freedoms that we take for granted, taken down by the hypocritical conservative elite to which she, her lover and her husband belong.
(4) Concerns have also been raised over a case in Texas in which a man is facing execution despite an admission by the judge and prosecutor in his trial that they were lovers.
(5) Mood Indigo (18 July) Arguably the most French movie ever made, Romain Duris and Audrey Tautou are quite adorable as fairy tale lovers in Michel Gondry's adaptation of Boris Vian's Froth on the Daydream.
(6) Every music lover wants a personal connection to the music they love.
(7) They might be to memorialise a lover or child, remember a journey, a period of time in prison or a religious conversion.
(8) The white hotel has 144 rooms for beach lovers, surfers, divers, trail runners, yogis and spa-toners.
(9) But Olney wanted to be an artist and he set off for Paris, where he found himself a garret in which he could make portraits and a new life among friends, lovers and acquaintances that included the black American writer and civil rights pioneer James Baldwin, WH Auden and, distantly, Edith Piaf, whom he saw sing Je ne Regrette Rien for the first time at the Olympia theatre.
(10) And when nothing seems off-limits online – not to mention the intimate moments of any celebrity under the sun, or the private photos Jennifer Lawrence makes for her lover’s eyes only – does the proper fleshy privacy of sex with a partner lose its glamour?
(11) The programme alleges that the Home Office ignored evidence presented by Ellis's solicitor Victor Mischon that she had an accomplice when she shot her lover David Blakely, an upper-class racing driver, outside the Magdala pub in Hampstead, north London, on Easter Sunday 1955.
(12) Life events were assessed by reports on the numbers of lovers, friends, and acquaintances who were diagnosed with AIDS or had died of AIDS and by scores on a checklist of 24 more general serious stressor events.
(13) Above all, through the offices of his medium and lover, Mary Parish, he entered into elaborate relations both with the fairy world and with God and His Angels.
(14) Cinema chains in the UK and abroad fear relaxation of the window in case film lovers decide to save their pennies and see new releases at home rather than travelling to their nearest multiplex.
(15) This station, with its quarter-mile, 300kph trains, a huge cocktail bar, a branch of Foyles stocked with 20,000 titles, a smart Searcy's restaurant and brasserie, independent coffee bars, floors covered in timber and stone rather than sticky British airport-style carpet, new gothic carvings, newly cast gothic door handles, and a nine-metre-high sculpture of lovers meeting under the station clock?
(16) He was a giant of a man in every way imaginable and his demise is not only a tremendous loss to the world at large and to lovers of great art, but very much on a human level.
(17) The book also featured Lola Montez, the fabulous beauty of the age, and her lover Ludwig, the mad King of Bavaria.
(18) It is the England that then prime minister John Major vowed would never vanish in a famous 1993 speech: “Long shadows on county grounds, warm beer, invincible green suburbs, dog lovers and pools fillers and – as George Orwell said – ‘old maids bicycling to holy communion through the morning mist’.” Major was mining Orwell’s wartime essay The Lion and the Unicorn, whose tone was one of reassurance – the national culture will survive, despite everything: “The gentleness, the hypocrisy, the thoughtlessness, the reverence for law and the hatred of uniforms will remain, along with the suet puddings and the misty skies.” Orwell and Major were both asserting the strength of a national culture at times when Britishness – for both men basically Englishness – was felt to be under threat from outside dangers (war, integration into Europe).
(19) The bluefin tuna, which has been endangered for several years and has the misfortune to be prized by Japanese sushi lovers, has suffered a catastrophic decline in stocks in the Northern Pacific Ocean, of more than 96%, according to research published on Wednesday.
(20) Now, leaving aside that Assia Wevill (Hughes's lover, who killed herself and their daughter in 1969) and Hughes were never married, it is a safe bet that Hughes himself was a lot more "bothered" by the deaths of his wife, lover and child than someone who never knew them, no hashtag.