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- n. A beauty parlour or hairdresser in North Carolina.
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MK likes that Bert took on two sides of the Seventies, the streamlined side and the glamorama side.
Along with alpine skiing, figure skating and speed skating, hockey is the Olympics, a glamorama sport with historical pedigree.
It is actually undesirable that they be taught this post-Liszt glamorama circus trick as somehow being essential to proper music etiquette.
Showing up on a rainy weeknight with a predisposition not to like this place because it had taken a steeplechase of phone calls with short-tempered staffers to book a table, my indefatigable pal Judy, an Alabaman who's lived in Paris for more than 30 years, and I were ushered up a steep flight of carpeted stairs through a sidewalk-level doorway separate from the not-entirely-convincing glamorama brasserie that was Piège's first foray after leaving his perch as the chef at the two-star Les Ambassadeurs at the Hôtel de Crillon a year and a half ago.