Emile


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Noun1.Emile - the boy whose upbringing was described by Jean-Jacques Rousseau
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The first notable improvement upon Bell's invention was the making of the transmitter, in 1877, by Emile Berliner.
It was there that he was congratulated by ex-England, Leicester City and Liverpool striker Emile Heskey.
In his new role as Regional Director for Middle East and Africa, Emile Abou Saleh will be responsible for driving customer acquisition across a strategically important region for the company, as well as growing and developing the regional partner ecosystem for Proofpoint.
Of course you will, Emile. I wish him luck enjoying the Swinging 60s a second time round.
My main aim here is to question the effect of this centrality on the child/other relationship focusing on the case of Emile. To do that I use Martin Buber's distinction between I-Thou and I-It relationships as a framework that focuses on the role of the other in relationships.
Mumbai [India], December 8 ( ANI ): Former England footballer Emile Heskey and UK's real estate tycoon Atif Malik on Friday announced 'Legends Match 2018', an initiative to promote and develop football in India.
The pair set up the Emile Heskey and Atif Malik Foundation around a month ago and have eight members of staff to help them in their project to help the homeless.
The (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4949532/Soldier-wife-tried-gas-pictured-wedding-day.html) Winchester Crown Court heard the case Wednesday where Emile denied all charges against him. 
Emile and Cait's chance meeting seems more awkward than electric, but leaves behind a spark.
Emile, from Mynachdy in Cardiff, and Melanie say their brand goes much further than the liqueur chocolates people normally eat at Christmas, and aims to bridge the gap between childhood and adulthood.
A baby would have been a huge inconvenience - but when Emile went into labour, she finally had to face up to the truth.
"The Emile Henry pizza stone gives pizza a crisp crust thanks to its ridges.