Mignon

Mignon is an opéra comique (or opera in its second version) in three acts by Ambroise Thomas. The original French libretto was by Jules Barbier and Michel Carré, based on Goethe`s novel Wilhelm Meisters Lehrjahre. The Italian version was translated by Giuseppe Zaffira. The opera is mentioned in James Joyce`s `The Dead` (Dubliners) and Willa ...
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Mignon

this is usually a small whole fillet or the tail end of a larger fillet.
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Mignon

• (a.) See 3d Minion. • (v. t.) To flatter.
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Mignon

(Digital cameras and photo printers) Named for batteries with a standard measure fom 14,5 x 50,5 mm. Most frequently used battery format. Also known as AA (American name) or R6 Batterie ( international official name).
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Mignon

[chocolate egg] The Mignon chocolate egg is an Easter confectionery made by the Fazer company. Its distinctive features are a filling of almond-hazelnut nougat inside a real eggshell. The Mignon is the second oldest Fazer product (only surpassed by the Pihlaja marmalade candy), dating back from 1896, when Karl Fazer brought the recipe from ...
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Mignon

[musician] Mignon Baer is a punk-rock and electronica musician. She is notable for her high energy stage shows and the use of provocative horror imagery. == Music and Performance == In 2001, Mignon began playing keyboard and performing in the theater play `Bloody Daughters` in Berlin`s `Bar jeder Vernunft`, starring Corinna Harfouch and Cat...
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Mignon

Mi'gnon adjective [ French] See 3d Minion .
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Mignon

Mi'gnon transitive verb To flatter. [ R. & Obsolete] Danie....
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mignon

small and dainty
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