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brocard

(ˈbrəʊkɑːd)
n
an elementary legal principle, often expressed in Latin
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Edited by Jean-Francois Laluque, Daniel Brocard, and Emmanuel d'Incau
Guests were served iced tea, red wine (a choice between McGuigan Shiraz and Robert Mondavi Cabernet Sauvignon), and white Brocard Chardonnay.
49) El toponimo Brocard es un interesante testimonio que ilustra la posesion por parte de la familia Brocard, proxima a los senores de Urgell, de una extensa propiedad en la region septentrional de Santa Linya.
Our firm is dedicated to recruiting exceptional leaders for mission-driven organizations, said Isaacson, Miller President Vivian Brocard.
Jean-Francois Brocard, PhD, is an associate professor in the Center for Law and Economics of Sport.
Le jury du concours international etait compose de l'Algerienne Fatima Tamattu, presidente, du bedeiste algerien [beaucoup moins que] Gyps [beaucoup plus grand que] et des Francais Philippe Brocard et Roland Tessy.
Produced for M&S by Jean Marc Brocard and one of Chablis' leading producers, Organic Chablis Brocard 2014, Burgundy, France (PS15, Marks & Spencer) offers a textbook stony minerality with pure, ripe citrus fruits, and an elegant creamy texture.
FRENCH FLAIR: Organic Chablis Brocard 2014, Burgundy (PS15, Marks & Spencer) offers pure, ripe citrus fruits and creamy texture.
EXTRA SPECIAL CHABLIS 2014, FRANCE (PS11, ASDA) PRODUCED by leading winery Domaine Brocard, chief winemaker Odile Van der Moere says: "I'm passionate about wine, and mostly Chablis", which I'm sure most of us can relate to
Brocard, 2012: Solar and thermal radiation profiles and radiative forcing measured through the atmosphere.
Capitaine Brocard, commander of Escadrille (squadron) N.