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 Beatrice,Beau Id’eal. 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Bean.
 
Beau Brummel. George Bryan. (1778–1840.)   1
   Le Beau D’Orsay. Father of Count D’Orsay, and called by Byron Jeune Cupdon.   2
   Beau Fielding, called “Handsome Fielding” by Charles II., whose name was Hendrome Fielding. He died in Scotland Yard, London.   3
   Beau Hewitt. The “Sir Fopling Flutter” of Etheredge. (The Man of Mode; or, Sir Fopling Flutter.)   4
   Beau Nash. Son of a Welsh gentleman, a notorious diner-out. He undertook the management of the bath-rooms at Bath, and conducted the public balls with a splendour and decorum never before witnessed. In old age he sank into poverty. (1674–1761.)   5
   Beau Tibbs noted for his finery, vanity, and poverty. (Goldsmith: Citizen of the World.)   6
 


 Beatrice,Beau Id’eal. 

 
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