ECLAT


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ECLATEssential Comparative Literature and Theory (resource)
ECLATEuropean Conference on Laser Treatment of Materials
ECLATExperimental and Computational Laboratory for the Analysis of Turbulence (UK)
ECLATEuropean Computer Leasing & Trading Association
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It was a source of great profit to the church that possessed the remarkable effigy, and the ceremony of the public barbering of her was always carried out with the greatest possible eclat and display--the more the better, because the more excitement there was about it the larger the crowds it drew and the heavier the revenues it produced--but at last a day came when the Pope and his servants were unpopular in Naples, and the City Government stopped the Madonna's annual show.
Rosalie was pleased with the thoughts of becoming mistress of Ashby Park; she was elated with the prospect of the bridal ceremony and its attendant splendour and eclat, the honeymoon spent abroad, and the subsequent gaieties she expected to enjoy in London and elsewhere; she appeared pretty well pleased too, for the time being, with Sir Thomas himself, because she had so lately seen him, danced with him, and been flattered by him; but, after all, she seemed to shrink from the idea of being so soon united: she wished the ceremony to be delayed some months, at least; and I wished it too.
Lynde vied with each other in preparing for Anne, and he was reading an enthralling tale, in a school library book, of a wonderful hero who seemed blessed with a miraculous faculty for getting into scrapes from which he was usually delivered by an earthquake or a volcanic explosion, which blew him high and dry out of his troubles, landed him in a fortune, and closed the story with proper ECLAT.
It is all very well for girls who are to get their own living by teaching, and that sort of thing; but all she needs is a year or two at a fashionable finishing school, so that at eighteen she can come out with eclat," put in Aunt Clara, who had been a beauty and a belle, and was still a handsome woman.
Yet the Middlesex Cattle Show goes off here with eclat annually, as if all the joints of the agricultural machine were suent.
As soon as he has once acted or spoken with eclat he is a committed person, watched by the sympathy or the hatred of hundreds, whose affections must now enter into his account.
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Now, 20 years after the first launch of Touche eclat, they've put the 'magic' of the cult highlighter into a foundation, Le Teint Touche eclat.
Eclat Lumiere was applied to touch up the dark circles under my eyes, followed by a sweep of vitalumiere eclat compact on my face, before the make-up artist started work on my eyes using the new eyeshadow palette, ombres perlees, from the spring collection.
5) This eclat may be the burst of the future to come.
These days it's all straighteners, Touche Eclat spot concealer and pubic topiary.