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Auriol

(French ɔrjɔl)
n
(Biography) Vincent (vɛ̃sɑ̃). 1884–1966, French statesman; president of the Fourth Republic (1947–54)
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Members of Stoneleigh and Auriol Residents' Association (SARA) are leading the opposition to the block of 23 apartments at 7 Station Approach, near the junction with Stoneleigh Park Road, and plan to appoint an independent planning expert.
Helene Auriol Potier has been appointed Executive Vice President, International at Orange Business Services, the company said.
LEADING think tank the Institute of Welsh Affairs has appointed Auriol Miller as it new director.
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CHEER up your home with this gorgeous Auriol vintage wall clock.
Cymorth director Auriol Miller congratulated Cartrefi Cymru on its success.
22 July 2013 - Swiss luxury watches specialist TechnoMarine SA on Monday unveiled a management buyout led by its CEO Jacques-Philippe Auriol.
S/n 1 is being presented in its flight test livery, together with a banner commemorating the world speed record set on June 10, 1965 by famed test pilot Jacqueline Auriol.
Auriol, David and Alex would like to thank relatives, friends and neighbours for their sympathy and cards following the sad loss of Bill and for donations of pounds 700 to the Blind War Veterans.
Peacefully at home on 6th May, with Auriol by his side, William (Bill), aged 87 years, beloved husband of the late Marie, adored dad and fatherinlaw of Auriol and David, dear son of the late William and Alice, much loved brother of Alex and the late Irene, brotherinlaw of the late Phyllis and uncle of Denise and Sharon.
A well-known horsewoman, Hallam was a close friend of fellow pioneering female trainer Auriol Sinclair and, like her, had to have her permit to train under her head lad's name, with the Jockey Club refusing to licence women at that time.