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Bergere is the wife of Knute Erickson.

There are other people with Bergere in their name, like Lee Bergere, Aurora Bergere, Jenica Bergere, Yvonne Bergere, valerie bergere, Florence Bergere.


Bergere a.k.a. Bergère is a fictional character from 1996 film More.


Bergere a.k.a. Bergère: A bergère is an enclosed upholstered French armchair with an upholstered back and armrests on upholstered frames. The seat frame is over-upholstered, but the rest of the wooden framing is exposed: it may be moulded or carved, and of beech, painted or gilded, or of fruitwood, walnut or mahogany with a waxed finish. Padded elbowrests may stand upon the armrests. A bergère is fitted with a loose, but tailored, seat cushion. It is designed for lounging in comfort, with a deeper, wider seat than that of a regular fauteuil, though the bergères by Bellangé in the White House are more formal. A bergère in the eighteenth century was essentially a meuble courant, designed to be moved about to suit convenience, rather than being ranged permanently formally along the walls as part of the decor.

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Google previewAlarums & Excursions (1996)

Our Theatres in the Nineties by Charles Marowitz

It brings to mind the old saw that there is nothing "mere" about entertainment and the fact is the gusto, fluidity, and choreographic invention that sustains Folks Bergere is a real achievement wherever one might encounter it. The current version ...

Google previewThe Scottish Antiquary, Or, Northern Notes & Queries (1895)

Le Pas d"Armes de la Bergere is a book which will delight all readers of Sir Walter Scott, for it is a transcription from a MS. containing an account in verse of one of those extraordinary spectacles which that Royal entrepreneur and mediaeval ...

Google previewThe Gourmet's Guide to Europe (1911)

by Newnham-Davis (Lieut.-Col., Nathaniel)

The Folies Bergere is a comfortable house with seats well arranged. A favourite portion of the hall is the " terrasse " with little tables, the charge for seats there being 1 fr. 50 c. There is also a one-franc promenade. In the middle of the Markets, ...

Google previewThe Connoisseur (1904)

by James Thomas Herbert Baily

The ebony chair with cane sides and seat is called Bergere, this being the name given to that style, not that of a maker. It is English, of late eighteenth century ; worth £4. B. W., Plumstead. — The oak sideboard is of the Jacobean period, and ...

Google previewHats and Headwear around the World: A Cultural Encyclopedia (2013)

A Cultural Encyclopedia by Beverly Chico

BERGERE (SHEPHERDESS) HAT The bergere, or shepherdess hat, also known as the “milkmaid,” is a shallow- crowned, wide-brimmed straw hat decorated with ribbons and sometimes flowers, usually worn over a white cap and tied under ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Vaudeville (2012)

by Anthony Slide

Some of the better known restaurants in New York could learn a few things at the Folies Bergere, both in the service and the cooking of the food.” The Folies Bergere was not a success. Lasky and Harris brought over Madame Olga Petrova ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Avant-Gardes (2013)

by Richard Kostelanetz

Poster for the Foiies Bergere by Jules Cheret, 1893. CORBISiHistorical Picture ArchiveiO 2000 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New ...

Google previewNegro Year Book and Annual Encyclopedia of the Negro (1912)

Lubrie Hill wrote the music and lyrics for the Folies Bergere of New York. Among the colored plays is “ Dr. Beans From Boston,” a musical play in three acts written by S. H. Dudley and ...

Google previewAmerican History and Encyclopedia of Music (1910)

by William Lines Hubbard

Bergere Chatelaine, La (The Lady of the Manor as a Shepherdess) — French comic opera in three acts, music by Auber, text by Planard, produced at Paris in 1820. La Bergere Chatelaine was Auber's first operatic success; it attracted Scribe's ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Television: 1974-1984 (1985)

by Vincent Terrace

the mother of the never-seen psychotic youngster, Moose Charlotte Rae George; a homosexual Lee Bergere Gordon; a homoexual Henry Calvert Executive producer: Rod Parker Producer: Norman Lear, Ron Clark, Gene Marcione Director: ...

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Scrabble value of B3E1R1G2E1R1E1

The value of this 7-letter word is 10 points. It is included in the second edition of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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