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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BEAUX ARTS

And your letter about the Beaux Arts festival was charming, Ruthie.

Those are his Beaux Arts pictures; extraordinary, aren't they?

"The afternoon almost tempts me to cut the Beaux Arts," said Paul.

"Let's try the Beaux Arts," she said; and they huddled together once more.

Very well, he said; as long as it isn't the Beaux Arts café.

One of the faades of this remarkable building may be seen in the courtyard of the Beaux Arts at Paris.

His friends, the Beaux Arts men and the newspaper correspondent, noticed the change in him, and accused him of being in love.

Sherm, he seems to have plenty of money, maybe you can go to college and to the Beaux Arts, too.

That patron of the beaux arts has placed our twentieth century under lasting obligation.

But after six o'clock he wore an evening suit and whooped things up connected with the beaux arts.

WORD ORIGIN

"the fine arts," 1821, from French; also in reference to Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Paris, and the widely imitated conventional type of art and architecture advocated there.

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