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Gar´don


n.1.(Zool.) A European cyprinoid fish; the id.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The heatwave was a worry at the first century Roman aquaduct of Pont du Gard where the stage started, with hundreds of fans seeking refuge from the searing conditions by splashing around in the Gardon river.
And thirdly because of its modern location spanning the Gardon river near Nimes and Avignon, in a part of southern France that is hugely popular with campers and canoeists.
Rizal's Ed Gata and Danny Gardon, meanwhile, are the tandem to watch in the 60s side of the event capping the yearlong, nationwide circuit long regarded as the spawning ground of tennis talents in the land.
From here, there is an incredible view of the jade-coloured Gardon river which flows into the Rhone.
In a company statement released by Angeline Gardon, SMPC administrative officer, the company said safety aide Lpath Felipe died after he 'accidentally slipped and fell onto one of the benches of Molave pit while conducting a routine walk-around inspection in the area.'
(3.) Boussinesq M, Gardon J, Gardon-Wendel N, Chippaux JP.
GARDON PARKS ANSWERS YOUR CALLS YOU'D have thought the international break would signal a breather from all the domestic infighting and tit for tats.
SHOWSTOPPER Mary meets ex-Big Brother star Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace, Love Island's Sophie Gardon and host Lizzie Cundy
When The Simple Dollar, a subsidiary of Soda LLC, elected to plant roots in the Madison area and open a brick and mortar office in the Central Business District, Michael Gardon, the General Manager, hired Cresa to assist his firm in identifying an office space and negotiating terms against the landlord.