Michelle Obama, sitting next to madeleine Albright, was amazingly glamorous.
Like many Haitians, madeleine and her aunt believe that President Martelly will do something to help them.
As first lady, she and then-Secretary of State madeleine K. Albright launched the Vital Voices Democracy Initiative.
There were indeed, as former GOP congressman Tom Davis eyed the lavish buffet near former secretary of state madeleine Albright.
But Elaine, Berlanti said, is drawn as much from madeleine Albright as she is the former real-life first lady.
I must say, as you do, my dear madeleine, that it is very singular.
It was followed by madeleine Ferat, which, however, was less fortunate.
"It will be a fine thing for Judith if she gains a friend like you, madeleine," interrupted Molly warmly.
The curé of the madeleine and his vicar had before been seized.
"You have never been lost to me," answered madeleine involuntarily; but the words were hardly spoken when she repented them.
fem. proper name, variation of Madeline. The kind of small, rich confection is attested from 1845, said in OED to be named for Madeleine Paulmier, 19c. French pastry cook; any use with a sense of "small thing that evokes powerful nostalgia" is due to Proust (1922).