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monet

slang Generally pleasing to look at from afar, but unattractive up close. Popularized by the 1995 film Clueless. She's definitely a monet. She looks good in a group of girls, but up close you can see all those layers of makeup and fake tan, and she just looks gross.

monet

mod. good-looking from a distance. (From the works of the painter, Monet.) He’s sort of monet. Okay from a distance, but up close: yuck. But that’s just my impression.
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This meant that the Venetian series has a smaller number of completed canvasses and the images have a wider range of motifs compared to Monet's other series of works.
In view of this, participation in MONET will bring us tremendously valuable opportunities in a wide variety of industries so that we will make a contribution to sustainable society development."
A mock-up of self-driving car e-Palette is displayed at a news conference by Monet Technologies Inc., a joint venture of SoftBank Corp and Toyota Motor Corp that will develop self-driving car services, in Tokyo, Japan March 28, 2019.
Monet added: "I want to raise more awareness about children's charities which are close to my heart."
Sotheby's said the painting was acquired by wealthy Chicago socialites directly from Monet's dealer in the 1890s and remained in the family until it was bought at auction in 1986 by the present sellers for $2.53 million.
* After the Manchester concert shooting, where Grande was performing, Monet posted on social media, "I wish I could say that I am OK, but I am not.
Like a griot, Monet tells a story intertwined with myth, history, protest, and praise.
Looking for ways to revitalize the village in connection with France, it came up with a scheme to re-create the garden of Monet's home.
"London would be quite ugly if not for the fog." So wrote Claude Monet, witheringly, from the Savoy hotel in 1901.
ILondon for a spot of sightseeing and shopping then chances are you'll be tempted to see the much-hyped Claude Monet exhibition running at The National Gallery.
If you're popping into London for a spot of sightseeing and shopping then chances are you'll be tempted to see the much-hyped Claude Monet exhibition running at The National Gallery.
Monet Hotel is home to masterpieces of celebrated local artists.
Summary: French artist Claude Monet's glasses were sold in an auction to an unnamed Asian buyer
In February 1966, on his way to Giverny to lay flowers at the family tomb, the 87-year-old Michel Monet was involved in a car crash and died from his injuries.
Monet: Itinerant of Light is a hardcover, full-color graphic novel biography of Claude Monet (1840-1926), a founder of French Impressionist painting.