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doucet

(ˈduːsɪt)
n
(Instruments) obsolete a former flute-like instrument
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Much of our economy is based on natural resources, like mining and forestry, so we need to figure out how to better use what we have," says Doucet.
Lyse Doucet, a presenter and correspondent on BBC World News, was speaking at a discussion of TV reporting of the war in the country.
Several studies have indicated that students find problem-based learning beneficial (Birgegard & Lindquist, 1998; Cliff & Wright, 1996; Doucet et al.
Tift Merritt and Luke Doucet at The Jumpin Hot Club at Live Theatre
Fiddle player Michael Doucet has performed in Eugene many times with Beausoleil.
Richard Mueller, tax partner; Gina Ruttley, tax manager; Neal Morris and Stephanie Chauff, tax seniors; and Dustin Doucet, tax staff .
Doucet Machineries announces the release of the Robotic Operator--Model RT100, which is 50% faster than its predecessors.
Despite managing only 11th of the 13 runners on Harcelante, Doucet, 20, admitted to having enjoyed the whole experience.
CMA Canada welcomes Kristin Doucet as the new editor of CMA Management magazine.
Recorded in Virginia, ``Looking Back Tomorrow'' finds fiddler Michael Doucet and company still in fine form after more than a quarter century together, serving up a musical gumbo that encompasses Southern country, folk music and traditional French songs.
Lord, Joey Martin and Guillaume Doucet are the in-form attacking trio for Devils.
Prior to joining Mutual, Doucet was associate financial advisor and retirement plans specialist at Legg Mason.