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Sam-Levenson

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what’s in a name?

We’re not quite sure when the word “melange” first appeared in our vocabulary. Quite frankly, we can’t recall ever using the word in a sentence let alone know how to pronounce it. But somewhere between our disappointment and rejection when filing for business names, we stumbled upon {copy to come} lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, Vivamus sagittis est eu diam fringilla nec tristique metus vestibulum. Donec magna purus, pellentesque vel lobortis ut, convallis id augue. Sed odio magna, pellentesque eget convallis ac, vehicula vel arcu. Sed eu scelerisque dui. Sed eu arcu at nibh hendrerit viverra. Vivamus lacus augue, sodales id cursus in, condimentum at risus.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RUz5eb3vydY

mé·lange // māˈlänj
noun: mélange; plural noun: mélanges
a mixture; a medley “a mélange of vintage mirrors”
synonyms: mixture, medley, assortment, combination, blend, variety, mix, selection, potpourri, patchwork, bricolage; hash, mishmash, jumble, hodgepodge “a mélange of styles”

Why call it a mixture when it can be a melange? We must admit…”The French have a way of making simple words sound like romantic entreaties of love. Call any random assortment of things a melange, or as it’s sometimes spelled, mélange, and voila, you’ve given it a sparkle that plain old words like combination, mixture, and blend just cannot convey….” {from vocabulary.com}

looking back. going forward.

While this is our first business, we have been working for ourselves for a while now. Donec magna purus, pellentesque vel lobortis ut, convallis id augue. Sed odio magna, pellentesque eget convallis ac, vehicula vel arcu. Sed eu scelerisque dui. Sed eu arcu at nibh hendrerit viverra. Vivamus lacus augue, sodales id cursus in, condimentum at risus.