Girard


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Gi•rard

(dʒəˈrɑrd)

n.
Stephen, 1750–1831, U.S. merchant, banker, and philanthropist, born in France.
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Noun1.Girard - United States financier (born in France) who helped finance the War of 1812 (1750-1831)Girard - United States financier (born in France) who helped finance the War of 1812 (1750-1831)
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Untermann, a revolutionist, in July, 1903, published a pamphlet at Girard, Kansas, on the "Militia Bill." This pamphlet had a small circulation among workingmen; but already had the segregation of classes proceeded so far, that the members of the middle class never heard of the pamphlet at all, and so remained in ignorance of the law.
Near the city, is a most splendid unfinished marble structure for the Girard College, founded by a deceased gentleman of that name and of enormous wealth, which, if completed according to the original design, will be perhaps the richest edifice of modern times.
Girard Securities has decided to become an independent advisor group affiliated with Cetera Advisor Networks, and to wind down its own broker-dealer platform.
Michael Girard, 47, pleaded guilty Thursday in Lane County Circuit Court to a felony charge of second-degree sexual abuse, five counts of misdemeanor third-degree sexual abuse and three counts of delivering controlled substances to a minor.
Roland Girard, Cochrane, Ontario, uses a steel pipe mounted on his loader bucket to make holes for fence posts, and then uses the bucket itself to push the posts in.
I have been disappointed by the lack of an informed response to the recent passing of the Stanford University professor and French intellectual Rene Girard Nov.
Scott Cowdell, Rene Girard and Secular Modernity: Christ, Culture, and Crisis.
Die Rehabilitierung des Opfers: Zum Dialog zwischen Rene Girard und Raymund Schwager um die Angemessenheit der Rede vom Opfer im christlichen Kontext.
Intimate Domain: Desire, Trauma, and Mimetic Theory uses Rene Girard's neglected early work on sensory experience and blends literary criticism with a healthy dose of psychology in considering mimetic theory.
Devine's lawyer, Daniel Girard, argued that if workers' lawyers hadn't initially agreed to settle for an average payout of about $3,572, they could have won damages at trial of as much as $141,331 each.
-- Headache specialists can take five key steps related to coding and billing that can protect their financial investment in their practice, said Stacy Girard, M.B.A., a certified professional coder and revenue analyst at Mayo Clinic Arizona in Phoenix.