How To Use Chapeau In A Sentence

  • Sans vous refaire l'historique du mythique groupe irlandais, un petit coup de chapeaux à leurs derniers exploits: après être les premiers invités à apparaître une semaine durant sur le David Letterman Show, le maire de New York vient de rebaptiser temporairement une rue de New York U2 Way! U2 Rules!
  • Brazil-Tyres 2007, the WTO panel agreed with Brazil on necessity test, but not on the so-called chapeau requirement bolded above. Eyes on Trade
  • La dame aux yeux noirs, vêtue d'une longue robe de cérémonie et d'un chapeau de sorcière, concocte des potions dans un chaudron, façonne des poupées ensorcelées, marmonne incantations et envoûtements. Carmen : The Last Witch
  • Here, sweeping, gestural lines and painterly patches of color depicted a landscape of reclining, long-haired, bare-breasted girls, lop-eared rabbits and men in strange, chapeaus.
  • His chapeau was a dead ringer for one being worn around town by players in a project called 'The hat game.' CNET News.com
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  • On a chapeau Gules, turned up Ermine, a lion statant guardant Or, ducally crowned Azure, gorged with a collar coun - ter compone. Collins's peerage of England; genealogical, biographical, and historical
  • The colour of the chapeau may be altered to denote the status of the baron.
  • Also known as the " chapeau", is the recipient of the call.
  • Alberto was one of the guys who waited for me in Spa, so that was really 'chapeau' (hat's off)," said Schleck. 10News.com - Local News
  • For him to wear that kind of chapeau especially - I ` m sorry, that was his hair? CNN Transcript Jan 30, 2009
  • Lost in Showbiz doffs its chapeau to Vogue for doing our job for us this week with its Tom Wolfe-esque feature about who the "party people" will vote for in that general election thingummybob. Life and style | guardian.co.uk
  • In a few hours after the must has been put in the vat the liquid will commence to ferment, the gas will be thrown off in large quantities, and bring upon the surface the stems, hulls, and seeds, which form what the French term chapeau (hat). Resources of the Southern Fields and Forests, Medical, Economical, and Agricultural. Being also a Medical Botany of the Confederate States; with Practical Information on the Useful Properties of the Trees, Plants, and Shrubs
  • The chapeau is barely mentioned by Scottish heraldic writers, before Learney ascribed the chapeau to the baronage.
  • Cet homme avec les chapeaux, avec les yeux bleus, avec les chats et les chiens, il est tres gros. Yanni illustrates an important point about grammar « Motivated Grammar
  • If Helena Rebecce de Stansion could resist the temptation to enjoy all he offered without risk, he'd eat his chapeau. THE PROMISE IN A KISS
  • So chapeaux off again, for this fun, easy-to-like collection. Times, Sunday Times
  • On Sundaye mornynges itt is a fayre sighte to see her going to and fro churche in a _chapeau de Paris de la dernyère agonie_, bearyng a _parasolett a la ripp snap mettez-la encore debout_ style; and whych shee sayes is like a _homme blasé_, because it is Used Upp. Sundaie afternoon yee may find her in ye The Continental Monthly, Vol 2, No 6, December 1862 Devoted to Literature and National Policy
  • The entire catalogue of exceptions under Article XX is qualified by an introductory clause commonly termed the chapeau.
  • "Frere (au) chapeau" (a brother in a hat) referred to a layman or monk not entitled to a hood when escorting a superior of his religious order.
  • On top of the circlet is set his coronet of rank or baronial chapeau if any.
  • Sometimes a heraldic Chapeau replaces the Wreath, or occasionally appears between the Wreath and the Crest.
  • I have a beautiful chapeau from the French room at Dayton's for $8, a beautiful curly lamb collar for the asking price of $4 and you want to complete your ensemble with a with and ostrich purse for $5, we have a complete outfit for the complete woman," she said. Minneapolis/St. Paul Breaking News, Weather, Video, Traffic and Sports for Minnesota from WCCO-TV
  • The coins clink thickly in the bottom of the charitable chapeau. Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science Volume 11, No. 23, February, 1873
  • Lives in a humble 'chapeau' and if he were married he probably would have 'consecrated' the union on the wedding night. That’s just icky.
  • The Lion Crest of RICHARD II., sculptured _statant guardant_ upon his helm, with a chapeau and mantling, and with the Badge of two Ostrich feathers, in Westminster Hall, is without any crown: No. 199. The Handbook to English Heraldry
  • (For those of you who don't know me, I actually have a nice chapeau [ "hat" in French] with a tassel from the University of Michigan School of Social Work where I trained to be a therapist in grad school.) May 2006
  • I grew up in France and delighted in teasing my English Dad by making him say millefeuille, grenouille and chapeau pointu! Boss
  • So I say hats off "chapeau" to you lot to A for that one - completely undeserving of any quibble. Cryptic crossword No 25,245
  • In French chapeau (Latin cappellus) and chapelle (Latin cappella) are related to the old word chape which originally meant a kind of cape (Latin cappa Languagehat.com
  • RICHARD II. to THOMAS MOWBRAY, Earl Marshal, and now borne by the Duke of NORFOLK, is _a lion statant guardant, his tail extended or, and ducally gorged arg. _: the PERCY lion is _statant, his tail extended or_: each lion stands upon a chapeau. The Handbook to English Heraldry
  • The chapeau is only granted in the case of a grant of arms to a peer.
  • They only had that kind of chapeau in England, it was never a continental style. A MEANS TO EVIL

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