brachet

(brăch)
n.1.same as bratchet.
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Anne Brachet, Executive Vice President Air France KLM Engineering & Maintenance, said: "We are honoured to receive this award and to be recognized by our industry peers for the suitability and quality of the offering developed by AFI KLM E&M, based on its airline-MRO DNA.
Como nota de investigacion, se enmarca en una reflexion mas amplia sobre la relacion entre accion colectiva y transformaciones estatales (Tilly, 2004; Brachet, 1996).
Ao que tudo indica, essa migracao interna se revela como uma opcao repleta de limitacoes, pelas razoes antes mencionadas, o que cede lugar ao itinerario Sul-Norte, atrelado a esse projeto, se reforca uma especie de busca pelo Eden Ocidental (Brachet 262-77; Kabunda 163).
Michelle Brachet, cognac expert and writer, is spreading the love of the spirit here in the UK as an official educator for the BNIC, cognac's professional body.
Cognac expert and writer, Michelle Brachet, is spreading the love of the spirit here in the UK as an official educator for the BNIC, Cognac's professional body.
(4.) Sadeghi B, Arvieux C, Glehen O, Beaujard AC, Rivoire M, Baulieux J, Fontaumard E, Brachet A, Caillot JL, Faure JL, Porcheron J, Peix JL, Francois Y, Vignal J, Gilly FN.
Adel Al Ali and Anne Brachet at the Dubai Airshow 2017.
Since Hammerling and Turing, there has been a large number of research aimed at explaining patterns in living beings (Brachet, et al., 1964; Haemmerling, 1963; Hunding, et al., 1990; Needham, 1935).
For those who planned to travel to Europe from the shores or airports of North Africa, the tightening of border controls frequently extends their stay in the region (Alioua 2008; Brachet 2010; Escoffier 2006).
/ Hacpropter omnes qui laborant, inuocant (84); en depit du jeu de mots sur tutanus et tutari (85) qui donne l'impression que ces deux mots semblent appartenir a la meme famille semantique (86), il faudrait considerer, selon J.-R Brachet (87), que le substantif ou l'adjectif tutanus provient d'un vieux mot latin disparu t(o/e)uta dont le sens est "peuple, nation" et qui appartient a la meme racine que le neerlandais duits, diets (thiois en francais de Belgique, et teuton en francais) et l'allemand deutsch, que l'osque touto, l'ombrien tuta, le marrucinien to(u)tai, le venete teuta, "ciuitas", l'irlandais tuath, "peuple, tribu", ainsi que le vieux-prussien tauto p.