croupon

croupon

(ˈkruːpɒn)
n
1. (Tanning) a type of high quality leather obtained from the rear section of the hide
2. obsolete the rump of an animal
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He is expected to meet the leading US business leaders including Brad Smith, Microsoft`s General Counsel and Executive Vice President, Legal and Corporate Affairs; Pat Dewar, CEO, Lockheed Martin International; Scott Price, CEO, Asia, Walmart; Henri Croupon, CEO, ILFC and Sheperd W Hill, president, Boeing International.
During his visit, Chidambaram is also expected to meet the leading US business leaders, including Brad Smith, Microsoft's General Counsel and Executive Vice President, Legal and Corporate Affairs, Pat Dewar, CEO, Lockheed Martin International, Scott Price, CEO, Asia, Walmart, Henri Croupon, CEO, ILFC and Sheperd W.
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