Giraud


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Giraud

(French ʒiro)
n
(Biography) Henri Honoré (ɑ̃riɔnɔre). 1879–1949, French general, who commanded French forces in North Africa (1942–43)
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Contract award notice: Demolition building asnieres la giraud rd150 rd 217e2 (france-la rochelle: Demolition work)
A native of France, Giraud will transition August 1 from his present role as Large Excavators product manager, and succeed 37-year Caterpillar veteran Paolo Fellin.
Anna Giraud and Rena Souten played at the annual tournament and won two of the six events.
At a level suitable for graduate mathematics students, Giraud introduces the mathematical foundations of high-dimensional statistics.
Paris, Feb 6 (BNA) -- Minister of State for Information Affairs and Government's Official Spokesperson, Samira Ibrahim bin Rajab, today met Director of North Africa and Middle East Department at the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Jean-Pierre Giraud, within her official visit to France.
M2 EQUITYBITES-May 16, 2013-Concho Resources announces new management appointments for Will Giraud and Travis Counts(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
US Patent 8,282,756 (October 9, 2012), "Method of Making a Fiber Preform for Manufacturing Parts of a Composite Material of the Carbon/Carbon Type Incorporating Ceramic Particles, and Products Obtained Thereby," Sandrine Baud, and Alain Giraud (Messier-Bugatti, Velizy-Villacoublay, France).
Huet was formerly deputy of strategic and acquisition finance and he will now take the place of Jean-March Giraud.
The INA workshop was conducted by expert, Didier Giraud who enlightened the audience on the various concepts the institute deals with such as digitalizing the original archives so it can be in sync with the latest technology.
British buyout firm Electra Partners on Wednesday said it had acquired fine art materials specialist Daler-Rowney for GBP26m (USD42m/EUR30m) from company's head Patrick Giraud and the management team.
TODAY Noon, High Street, near Thorntons, Browns Brass Band; Noon, Great Western Arcade, The Dirty Robbers; Noon, Museum of the Jewellery Quarter, Pat Giraud Trio; 12.
However, the Commission concluded that there would be no incentive for the SNCF to restrict access to its rail transport services following the merger because Giraud specialises in commissioning road transport and because there are strong competitors in the freight forwarding sector.