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Adj.1.cresson - of a moderate yellow-green color that is greener and deeper than moss green and yellower and darker than pea greencresson - of a moderate yellow-green color that is greener and deeper than moss green and yellower and darker than pea green
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More than a decade after Pennsylvania regulators issued a final permit for the mine, work finally is under way on Rosebud Mining's long-delayed Cresson underground roof-and-pillar operation in Cambria County that is expected to produce both metallurgical and steam coal from the Upper Freeport coal seam for a variety of markets.
1991: Edith Cresson became prime minister of France.
1991: Edith Cresson became the first woman prime minister of France.
Le successeur de Manuel Valls n'occupera Matignon que jusqu'a la fin du mandat de Francois Hollande, soit pendant pres de cinq mois, le precedent record de brievete sous la Ve Republique etant detenu parEdith Cresson, ajoute la meme source.
Edith Cresson is the only woman to have held which office?
Wien, founder of ESRT's predecessor company, purchased the statue in 1956 from French's daughter, Margaret French Cresson, and placed it in the building's lobby.
He enjoyed anything that had to do with trains; he collected model trains, and enjoyed trips with his wife, Bonita to The Station Inn in Cresson, Pennsylvania, where they literally slept along-side the rail way.
He has a BS PA in public administration from Mount Aloysius College in Cresson, PA.
Diversos estudios revelan que Chelonus insularis Cresson (Braconidae) y Campoletis sonorensis (Cameron) (Ichneumonidae) se presentan con mayor abundancia, siendo mas efectiva la avispa del genero Chelonus sp.
Irish-born publisher Mathew Carey and Quaker merchant Elliott Cresson exemplified the divergent strategies of the ACS, as Carey favored the racist goal of removing freed blacks from the United States polity and society, while Cresson "focused on the movement's value as an agent to secure the end of slavery and the uplift of blacks throughout the world" (95).
Genevieve Cresson y entame une discussion conceptuelle autour des interrelations entre les notions de famille et de sante.
Cresson was an unstable eccentric who "had been a Shaker, a Millerite, a Mormon, and a Campbellite" and persuaded Secretary of State John C.