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  • n. Plural form of vernissage.


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  • As mentioned earlier, parents are invited to shows, vernissages, etc., and sometimes teachers also invite parents to talk to classes about their jobs and education.

    C. M. Rubin: The Global Search for Education: More from Norway

  • I love this plate design, and I think is perfectly designed for a party, vernissages, stand-up parties, and any type of events where drinks and appetizers are served with style.

    Dubai’s Latest: James Law Technosphere

  • Anglophone Montrealers open and close lights, fall pregnant, get a coffee, go to vernissages, eat on the terrasse, and get cash at the guichet.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Buzz

  • The online channel covers in a very professional and surprisingly fast and elegant way the opening receptions (vernissages) of exhibitions and events and i'm grateful to them for that.

    we make money not art

  • I profess an intense dislike for vernissages where people seemed to be more passionate about tepid wine and showing off their mere presence than about the artworks on show .... but that doesn't mean i'm not curious about vernissages.

    we make money not art

  • Barefoot markets itself by offering wine samplings for charity events, community group functions and even art vernissages, said their Quebec spokesperson Jennifer Jones, a Ste.

    The Chronicle

  • Seriously, it makes me automatically think of important people at vernissages, importantly sipping warm white wine.

    Apartment Therapy Boston

  • They feature prestigious vernissages, are attended by thousands of art-lovers and art-world personnalités, and prices soar into the millions.

    Toronto Craft Alert

  • Ad Lib In the old days, being a good conversationalist was an asset that ensured frequent invitations to vernissages, soirées, thés dansants, levées, and other sophisticated-sounding social events.

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol VI No 2


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