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crossette

(krɒˈsɛt)
n
1. (Architecture) architect a lateral extension in a corner of the architrave of a window or door
2. a type of firework that explodes in a cross shape
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John Michael Demmert ARLINGTON HEIGHTS - John Michael Demmert was born on November 16, 1956 in Chicago to William and Gloria (nee Crossette) Demmert in Arlington Heights.
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Intercontinental, the Majestic and the Miramar (to name a few) face the Bay of Cannes along the glittering expanse of La Crossette, adding that immutable sense of French culture, traditional hospitality and European style to your trip.
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Kieth Harper, ambassador to the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) in Geneva under the Obama administration, in an interview with an internationally-acclaimed journalist Babara Crossette to the widely-read internet media outlet PassBlue on 15 March (2017) in fact boasted America's hand at UNHRC in taming Sri Lanka when he remarked "an example of American work may have been unblocking a stalemate in Sri Lanka over responsibilities for extreme violations of rights and horrific abuses (committed by both sides) in a long civil war, which ended in 2009".
(39.) Bator, supra note 25, at 292; see also Barbara Crossette,
We thank Linda Crossette for coordinating the activities of this study and the staff at the Clinical Microbiology Laboratory of the hospital of the University of Pennsylvania for the microbiology testing.