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Mignon. Opera in 3 acts by Ambroise Thomas to lib. by Barbier and Carré based on Goethe's novel Wilhelm Meisters Lehrjahre (1795–6). Prod. Paris 1866, London 1870, New Orleans 1871, NY 1883.

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mignon

mignon Small or dainty; hence filet mignon is small portions of beef fillet.

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