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bougie

slang A derisive term for transparently or suspiciously ostentatious behavior of a lower- or middle-class person. A shortened form of "bourgeois." She leased an Escalade because she's totally bougie and wants everyone to think she has money. You'll never catch a bougie girl combing through the racks at a secondhand store—only the best for her!
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The guidewire allows the anterior knife edge of the outer tube to excise the stricture and to reach the opposite bougie.
No statistically significant differences in median follow-up times were noted with the balloon, bougie or combined method when compared with one another (p=0.
Le film est impregne de cette double tonalite a la fois tragique et epique, entre l'ombre et la lumiere, la bougie et l'epee.
Either the device was partially removed to allow more room for the tracheal tube to curve upwards to the airway configuration or a bougie was inserted down the tube.
Quant a la troisieme partie, "Le coup de des," Mallarme ne fait que de rapides ebauches, et la derniere partie "Le sommeil sur les cendres apres la bougie soufflee" n'est que brievement indiquee.
The risk of iatrogenic injury with the plastic bougie is minimal on account of its short and linear intra-mural course.
The La Liga superstars are always looking for new players of course and their people would see Bougie in the 8 8 recent African Cup of Nations.
Klimt wasn't just some boho bougie with a fondness for bathrobes and freeballing, he was also a total lech, and sketched like nine thousand pages of naked ladies (who he also did it with) before he painted his art deco gold flake crap.
The project will provide pipeline infrastructure and processing access to about 310 square miles of geologically prospective natural gas lands in the Trutch and Bougie areas of British Columbia.
We came to work the next morning and everything was gone," says Bougie, the company president, who acquired the mill in 1995 with his business partner, Rick Nychuk, the vice-president.
President and CEO, Jacques Bougie said Alcan made the decision "in the context of low aluminum prices and rising world inventories of primary metal.
She saw him pick up the instrument - called a bougie - wipe it on his mouth then insert it into new mum Hazel Woolger's windpipe.
Jacques Bougie, president and CEO, commented "The momentum of improving earnings that began in the second quarter of last year continued, reflecting increased fabricated sales volumes, improving metal prices, and lower unit costs.
It's a win-win for our buyers, sellers and consumers,' said Jacques Bougie, president and chief executive officer of Alcan.