Papillon

“butterfly”; small crinkle-shelled creuse oyster from the Atlantic coast.
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Papillon

[Chaka Khan song] Papillon (a.k.a. Hot Butterfly) is a 1978 song by Gregg Diamond, first released as an album track Hot Butterfly on Bionic Boogie by Diamond, but best known in the 1980 hit version Papillon by Chaka Khan. It was Chaka Khan`s most successful single from the album Naughty. ...
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papillon

[n] - small slender toy spaniel with erect ears and a black-spotted brown to white coat
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papillon

noun small slender toy spaniel with erect ears and a black-spotted brown to white coat
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Papillon

(from the article `Charrière, Henri`) French criminal and prisoner in French Guiana who described a lively career of imprisonments, adventures, and escapes in an autobiography, Papillon ...
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papillon

breed of toy dog known from the 16th century, when it was called a dwarf spaniel. A fashionable dog, it was favoured by Madame de Pompadour and ...
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Papillon

[ballet] This is a picture of former politician Jenő Gerbovits. ...
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papillon

papillon (păp'ulon") , breed of toy dog whose origins are obscure but whose widespread existence in Europe is attested to as early as the 17th cent. It stands from 8 to 11 in. (20.3–27.9 cm) high at the shoulder and weighs from 5 to 11 lb (2.3–5 kg). Its long, straight, abu...
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Papillon

The Papillon is a small companion dog believed to originate from Spain. They were very popular among the nobles of mainland Europe during the 17th century. They are an intelligent, tough and easy to train breed.
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Papillon

Type: Term Pronunciation: pah′pē-on[h] Definitions: 1. M.M., 20th-century French dermatologist. See: Papillon-Lefèvre syndrome
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Papillon

A breed of small dog related to the spaniel, having a long silky coat, a bushy tail that curves over its back, and large ears shaped like the wings of a butterfly.
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Papillon

[manga] Papillon was licensed for an English-language release in North America by Del Rey, but they only managed to release the first six volumes before going out of business. ==Story== Ageha and her sister Hana are twins. At birth, their parents left Ageha in the care of their grandmother in the countryside. Hana was raised in the big city...
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Papillon

[horse] Papillon is an Irish racehorse formerly trained at Greenhills stables, near Naas in County Kildare. His most notable success was winning the 2000 Grand National. Papillon is owned by American Mrs Betty Moran, owner of Brushwood Stable. She was not a fan of the Grand National and it took considerable persuasion before she would allow...
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Papillon

[book] Papillon papijɔ̃ is a memoir by convicted felon and fugitive Henri Charrière, first published in France in 1969, describing his escape from Devil`s Island, part of the French penal colony in French Guiana. It became an instant bestseller. It was translated into English from the original French by June P. Wilson and Walter B. Micha...
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