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rivel

(ˈrɪvəl)
vb (tr)
archaic to wrinkle or shrivel
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In fact, only one-third of proxy voters believe directors take the evaluation process "very seriously," according to a Rivel Research Group study.
For example, appearing along with Martiniquanor Guadeloupean stalwarts such asAlexandre Stellio (leader/clarinet), Gilles Sala (vocals), Ernest Leardee (leader/saxophone/clarinet/violin), Moune de Rivel (vocals), and Al Livrat (leader/trombone/guitar/vocals) are Jamaicans Bertie King (clarinet), Sam Walker (clarinet), and Yorke de Souza (piano); Trinidadians Russell Henderson (string bass), Boscoe Holder (piano), and Michel Wyatt (trumpet); Barbadian Hilton Wiles (banjo); Cubans Filiberto Rico (flute/clarinet), Fernando Collazo (vocals), and Oscar Calle (piano); Nigerian Danny Johnson (drums); and Cameroonian Fredy Jumbo (drums).
PathMotion CEO David Rivel said employers have confirmed that there will be a loss of jobs for recent graduates if the so-called Brexit gets passed.
More N, Baquey C, Barthe X, Rouais F, Rivel J, Trinqueste M, Marchand A (1988) Biocompatibility of carbon-carbon materials: in vivo study using 14C labelled samples.
Rivel cantaba canciones disparatadas y descubria que las partituras estaban de cabeza en el atril.
This latest acquisition by Viola Group follows its previously reported acquisitions during 2013 of 15 percent of RRsat's shares from Kardan Communications and 7 percent of RRsat's shares from David Rivel, RRsat's founder, director and former chief executive officer.
Christian de Rivel, marketing director for SnoreStop, based in Camarillo, California northwest of Los Angeles, came up with the idea for the billboard.
The couple have no children, and live on a restored model farm in Curry Rivel, Somerset with numerous animals.
Mann, Rivel, Barley Pletscher and Ismaily are experienced data management and database professionals.