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Pelletier

(French pɛltje)
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(Biography) Pierre Joseph (pjɛr ʒozɛf). 1788–1842, French chemist, who isolated quinine, chlorophyll, and other chemical substances
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Try to bear up bravely, my poor Pelletier," she said.
INTERNATIONAL Olympic Committee president Jacques Rogge has insisted the retrospective decision to hand Canadian figure skaters Jamie Sale and David Pelletier a share of the gold medal has not caused the IOC embarrassment.
STAN JAMES last night agreed to pay out on Jamie Sale and David Pelletier for the figure skating pairs last night after the Canadian duo were awarded a belated gold medal, writes Adrian Humphries.
In the words of Washington-based architect David Pelletier, "I look at every wall [of a stairway] as an opportunity.
David Pelletier, associate professor in the Division of Nutritional Sciences, knows that the brave new world of genomics has those who devise public policy racing to catch up.
Dr Michel Pelletier, spokesman for the Quebec Health Board, which authorised the procedure, refused to discuss details.
There is no question that data mining can help a company do more than they ever realized with their data warehouse," says Michael Pelletier, a consultant with Pinnacle Decision Systems, a professional services and software development company in Middletown, Connecticut.
I feel a real disappointment," says Rose-Marie Pelletier, a regional coordinator for the Vermont Freedom to Marry Action Committee, a lobbying group that has pressed for gay and lesbian marriage.
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Pelletier said the board wants to launch the program in "the core of the town,'' where homeowners would be asked to voluntarily adopt the durable toter so officials can see how it works.
Louise Dupuis and Pierre Pelletier, owners of Pelletier's Gas Bar and Native Art Gallery, won the partnership award.