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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A city of southern Quebec, Canada, an industrial suburb of Montreal. Population: 81,700.
  • Saint Laurent, Louis Stephen 1882-1973. Canadian politician who served as prime minister (1948-1957). His administration was marked by the entry of Newfoundland into the confederacy.


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  • Sarkozy's wife, who is a former fashion model, called Saint Laurent "an artist and an exceptional human being." - Articles related to Hawaii sends tourism sales team to China

  • In Paris, Saint Laurent was revolutionizing the way women dressed.

    That Seventies Show

  • I also oohed and ahed over the Saint Laurent exhibition at San Francisco's de Young Museum in December of 2008, and his work never loses one iota of its vision or sparkle.

    Beth Arnold: Letter From Paris: Yves Saint Laurent 101

  • The Fondation Pierre Bergé-Yves Saint Laurent has presented this exciting Saint Laurent retrospective in collaboration with First Lady of France Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, mayor of Paris Bertrand Delanoë (whose idea this was said to have been), and the Petit Palais.

    Beth Arnold: Letter From Paris: Yves Saint Laurent 101

  • Bergé heads a figurative Blue Book of French celebrities that keep the Saint Laurent flame burning -- as it should.

    Beth Arnold: Letter From Paris: Yves Saint Laurent 101

  • It's thought to have been made roughly around the same, desirable 1917-1919 period of the "Dragon Chair" sold at the Saint Laurent auction.

    Sitting Out an Auction

  • Before the Saint Laurent sale, the highest price paid for a work by Gray was $444,600.

    Sitting Out an Auction

  • Both de Noailles and Saint Laurent were known to be difficult characters with complicated personalities.

    A Tale of Two Salons

  • But Saint Laurent was clearly reading whatever there is on the lower shelf of that round table at left.

    A Tale of Two Salons

  • Not long before that time she had befriended the ascendant Saint Laurent and Mr. Berge, and received them in her extraordinary salon, which contained her portrait by Balthus, Renaissance bronzes atop straw marquetry tables and boldly scaled paintings hanging on chains or thick knotted rope.

    A Tale of Two Salons


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