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Brice

(braɪs)
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(Biography) Fanny, real name Fannie Borach. 1891–1951, US actress and singer. The film Funny Girl was based on her life
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"As a matter of fact," General Brice continued, glancing at the clock on his desk, "Granet is in my anteroom at the present moment, I expect.
General Brice, studying him closely, felt compelled to admit the improbability of his vague suspicions.
The Department of Science and Technology Region V (DOST-V) in partnership with the Technology Application and Promotions Institute (DOST-TAPI) and various science and technology networks in the region will conduct the 2019 Bicol Regional Invention Contests and Exhibits (BRICE) on October.
"We were fortunate to have Rick as our leader," Brice said.
Speaking during an investment forum in Nairobi yesterday, Standard Chartered Bank chief investment strategist Steve Brice said bonds in Kenya have maintained above 10 percent yield for the past five years, compared to other forms of investments that have been fluctuating.
Antolik replaces Brice as president, but Brice will continue as CEO.
Brice Matthieussent is an award-winning translator of over two hundred novels from English to French; Revenge of the Translator is his debut novel.
In exchange for pleading guilty this week to the felony, William Brice was sentenced to 364 days in jail, which he already served, and two years of mental health probation.
Alternative asset firm Kennedy Lewis Investment Management LLC (KLIM) has announced that John Brice has joined the firm as its Chairman and will be working on strategic initiatives with KLIM's Executive Committee, the company said.
Richard Brice, 40, twice defrauded or stole from bosses, repeating his crime in the face of a suspended prison sentence.