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doucet

(ˈduːsɪt)
n
(Instruments) obsolete a former flute-like instrument
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Jean-Christophe Doucet, senior product manager at TDK Semiconductor commented: "Vendors of PIN-pad readers currently have to make a choice between performance and production cost.
Guillaume Doucet fired the winning goal 27 seconds into overtime when Joey Martin and Mark Richardson providing the assists.
TDK Semiconductor is the first semiconductor manufacturer to offer such an advanced software stack without the involvement of a third party," explained Jean-Christophe Doucet, senior product line manager at TDK Semiconductor.
And Joe Doucet augmented a Flexweave glove with GPS technology that prompts runners to follow their route by vibrations and flashing lights.
Getting tested by Primary Health Care Corporations' mobile breast screening unit led to 48-year-old Kim Doucet finding about her cancer early.
The Cajun-style music group BeauSoleil avec Michael Doucet will be performing at 7:30 p.
Doucet also runs book clubs and is a regular children's book reviewer for several Canadian publications.
CANADIAN sharpshooter Guillaume Doucet led Cardiff Devils to victory in their Elite League clash with Braehead Clan in front of 3,000 spectators at Ice Arena Wales.
2 (Petra)--The BBC's chief international correspondent Lyse Doucet conducted an interview with His Majesty King Abdullah II that dealt with the repercussions of the Syrian crisis on Jordan as well as a number of regional issues.
Blaze gave a good account of themselves but lost out to a one-timer from goal machine Guillaume Doucet in the extra spell of play.
Devils KO Clan Guillaume Doucet sunk Braehead Clan in overtime as Cardiff Devils nicked a 1-0 win in Glasgow.
The co-production of Puccini's Turandot by the French Canadian team of director Renaud Doucet and designer Andre Barbe was a magnificent finale to Cincinnati Opera's 95th summer festival season in July.