St Laurent


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St. Lau•rent

(sɛ̃ lɔˈrɑ̃)
n.
1. Louis Stephen, 1882–1973, prime minister of Canada 1948–57.
2. a city in S Quebec, in E Canada, W of Montreal. 65,900.
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Officer Bruce St Laurent, 55, was a 20-year veteran of the Jupiter Police Department and one of several officers from agencies across Palm Beach County helping with security for the president's visit.
The Post also reported that St Laurent had been a motorcycle officer for 18 years and in 2005 he earned a distinguished service award from the Traffic Safety Committee of the Palm Beaches.
Through its existing US associate JSC, Smurfit paid more than IRpounds 1 billion for the St Laurent Paperboard company, which operates in both America and Canada.
He admitted that St Laurent was also carrying "a significant debt" but maintained: "The cash-flows from the businesses that we currently own are capable of financing that debt fairly officially.
In an effort to take retro fashion into the 21st century, Elbaz took as his inspiration the classic shapes originated by St Laurent in the early 1970s but which look like being the hit of next summer.
Another old St Laurent favourite, the trenchcoat, was given a modern twist in polished tan leather.
Should Dettori carry logos on his breeches, they will be either sanctioned by the Maktoum family or advertise Yves St Laurent, the French fashion house with whom he already has a sponsorship deal.
This poster showing French fashion icon Yves St Laurent naked with a halo around his head has been banned by Eurostar and Heathrow Express for fear of offending foreign travellers.
Contract notice: Replacement Of Access Control Aquatic Center And Recreation ~Escap~ad~ In St Laurent De Chamousset
Contract notice: Supply And Installation Of A Bulletproof Net And Wire Guard At The Golf De St Laurent Ploemel) (56,400
Contract award: acquisition and takeover pallets on behalf of coliposte st laurent de mure.