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giron

(ˈdʒaɪrɒn) or

gyron

n
(Heraldry) heraldry a charge consisting of the lower half of a diagonally divided quarter, usually in the top left corner of the shield
[C16: from Old French giron a triangular piece of material, of Germanic origin; related to Old High German gēro triangular object; compare gore3]
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Sheikha Hind al Khalifa, deputy minister for social affairs, Bahrain; Nora Al Sweidi, director general, General Women's Union, United Arab Emirates; Haifa Fahoum Al Kaylani, chairman Arab International Women's Forum, United Kingdom; Ragdha Kurdi, director, Hayat Pharmaceutical Industries, Jordan; Layla Al Khayat, world president, FCEM (Femmes Chefs D'Entreprises Mondiales), Tunisia; Annisa Essam El-din Hassouna, assistant general manager, Misr-Iran International Bank, Egypt; and Maria Eugenia Giron, CEO, Carrera y Carrera, Spain.
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Vendors, says Rich Giron, vice president of sales and marketing for Fetco International, "continue to look and press the envelope to offer exclusively designed products at a greater rate than two to three years ago, with new and mixed media which increases the shelf life of the product.
The key is to be keen to anticipation," said Richard Giron, vice president of sales and marketing.
That was the painful lesson learned last year by Thousand Oaks boys' tennis standouts Marcos Giron, Denis Lin and Kyle McMorrow when they won all nine sets against Santa Barbara in the Southern Section Div.
Despite her technocrat background, Giron discovered she loved beautiful objects and had a tremendous respect for the artists who make them, even if she isn't one of them.
We have to recognize that we have differences," Giron said in an interview in his office at Colombia's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, headquartered in San Carlos Palace in downtown Bogota--a building that was once the seat of the government of Gran Colombia, under the leadership of Simon Bolivar.
Angela Giron are both out of a job as of September 10 when vote-counts showed that recall elections against the pair were successful.
Giron knew the family, he told The Associated Press, because two of Ramirez's sisters had worked for him during harvest time.
A national women's rights organization, the Alianza de Mujeres y Mujeres Indigenas, has also expressed its dissatisfaction in that Giron Alvarado is the only woman included in the list of candidates handed over to Congress to make the final selection.
Speaker of Mezhlis of Turkmenistan Akdzha Nurberdyeva received credentials from Ambassador of the Republic of Colombia Jaime Giron Duarte, reports the state news agency of Turkmenistan.