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Noun1.Angevine - a resident of Anjou
Anjou - a former province of western France in the Loire valley
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Tenders are invited for Works of diversion of drinking water networks, sewage, rainwater and Angevine optical loop for the second line of the Angevin tramway, sector Bon Pasteur - Ronceray Eligibility Criteria : Conditions of participation:
Richard Angevine, a spokesperson for Liberty Mutual, the school's insurer, said it would not discuss its policyholders or pending litigation.
In its debut year, the Kona is also showing a fine start, with 5,079 vehicles being sold, up 53 percent from a month earlier, and reaching 10,953 so far this year 'Hyundai SUV sales represented 44 percent of May's total, a good indication that our expanding SUV lineup is putting our mix more in line with customer demand,' HMA National Sales director John Angevine said.
Middle school teacher, a 20-year veteran Karen Smith, who until recently taught physical education at Angevine Middle School, about 20 miles north of Denver, Colorado, has been placed on paid administrative leave after the alleged incident, school district officials confirmed.
28-year-old Sergeant Gabriel Purdy UE and Esther Angevine, his second wife, left New York on 15 June 1783, bringing their coloured maid with them and settled in Cumberland County, Nova Scotia, near the top of the Cobequid range of mountains that separate Cumberland and Colchester Counties, naming the place Westchester after their New York home.
The need for a law to regulate the practice of nursing was the motivating force that moved the association forward under the leadership of Lena Angevine Warner.
Four local students were named to the Lehigh University fall dean's list: Alexander Aghjayan, of Bolton; Kathryn Angevine and Chandler Coggins, of Lancaster; and Anne Theurkauf, of Sterling
The whites are Solaris, Seyval, Siegerebbe and Madeleine Angevine, and the blacks are Regent and Rondo.
A mature and productive vineyard of nine short rows is planted with a selection of vine varieties including Seyval Blanc, Gewurztraminer, Madeleine Angevine and Chardonnay.
Fourteen new titles have been added including the Rivista musicale italiana (Turin, Milan; 1894-1918), Bolettn Latino Americano de Musica (Montevideo, Lima, Bogota, Rio de Janiero; 1935-1938, 1941, 1946), and the Vie musicale angevine (Angers, 1942-1947) and the La Vie angevine: Musicale, artistique, litteraire (1943-1947) published during the Second World War.
From a pre-homeroom book club to a lunchtime enrichment class, a new initiative is shaking up the school day at Angevine Middle School (Colo.).