comart

comart

(kəʊˈmɑːt)
n
obsolete a binding agreement
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One of the postcards he sent to Bruscky, for example, contained the word "COMART," which hardly reads as political dissent.
Voices: Bernard Alane, Isabelle Spade, Kacey Mottet Klein, Isabelle Giami, Laurent Gendron, Eric Metayer, Edouard Pretet, Jean-Paul Comart, Annick Alane, Pascal Parmentier.
"It's really about respecting children," said Kim Comart, interim manager of the collaborative.
To the inheritance of Fortinbras, Had he been vanquisher; as by the same comart And carriage of the article design'd, His fell to young Hamlet.
Information: COMART International Exhibition and Organisation Services Co.
An example of a network-based voice/fax/data server for education, TeleCentral from ComArt is a turnkey solution that integrates a multiple co-processor i486 computer and disks that enable voice and fax application on four to 32 lines per chassis.
Information: COMART International Exhibition & Organisation Services Co.
A Budapest Film presentation of a ComArt Film, Laurinfilm and Pioneer Prods.