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Soult

(French sult)
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(Biography) Nicolas Jean de Dieu (nikɔlɑ ʒɑ̃ də dyø). 1769–1851, French marshal under Napoleon I. Under Louis-Philippe he was minister of war (1830–34; 1840–44)
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Soult Jr., chairman of the bank's board of directors, said Fox played an instrumental role in completing mergers with CBT Financial Corp., The Citizens National Bank of Meyersdale, Union Bank and Trust Corp., Halifax National Bank and Marysville National Bank.
Retail consultant Graham Soult, who is based in Gateshead, says: "One of the reasons for Woolworth's demise was, towards the end, it couldn't decide on its own place in the market.
HMV's collapse into administration could spell disaster for its North East stores, Gateshead-based retail expert Graham Soult claims.
Graham Soult, retail consult at CannyInsight which works with a number of retail firms and shopping centres, claims the retailer could be saved -- but may look to close a number of stores in an attempt to create places where people go to "discover music".
Gateshead-based retail consultant Graham Soult said the incident revealed two of the key components in the success of Greggs: clever marketing and a good-quality product for a cheap price.
| | 'The centre could've gone into terminal decline' Retail consultant and founder at CannyInsights.com, Graham Soult, can think of a number of reasons.
From 1st-12th November training took place at Wormhoudt, after which the battalion moved by rail to Soult Camp at Elverdinghe.
We spent some time checking out the progress of Lt General Sir Arthur Wellesley when he was in charge of troops from Britain, Spain and Portugal facing the army of Napoleon's General Soult in the Peninsula War.
Soult, Jr., William Owens and most recently Merrey.
Retail export Graham Soult's report The Fall and Rise of Bingo says the game has the "beginnings of a spring in its step".