Jaques


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Ja•ques

(ˈdʒeɪ kwiz, -kwɪz, dʒeɪks)

n.
the disillusioned and satirical observer of life in Shakespeare's As You Like It.
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Paul Jaques, chief of materiel (land) and quartermaster-general to the forces, focused his brief U.S.
Craig Jaques, 40, broke into the Guildford Court, Normanby, flat of the dementia sufferer shortly after 2am.
Edited by MARGARET JAQUES. Orbis Biblicus et Orientalis, vol.
This goes back to the 1950s when a psychologist called Elliott Jaques, perhaps most famous for his idea of the 'mid-life crisis', was researching work in a factory.
The first owner of the home with the address of 1 Jaques Ave.
LMK Technologies recently appointed Jacqueline Jaques as Western Regional Sales Manager.
Notts responded in style, closing on 208 for one, a lead of 40, after openers Phil Jaques and Steven Mullaney had put on 203 for the first wicket.
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NORTHUMBERLAND batting star Jaques De Toit's return to action gives his side muchneeded boost.
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Jaques (Association of Proposal Management), writing primarily for those new to the process of applying for grants, covers the whole range of necessary activities for bid management, from researching prospective funders and their application guidelines, deciding which bid opportunities to follow up on, and writing letters of interest and proposals.