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Beauport

(bōpôr`), city (1991 pop. 69,158), S Que., Canada, on the St. Lawrence River. It is a suburb of Quebec city. Settled in 1634, it is one of the oldest communities in Canada.
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The acquisition of Beauport is conditional upon approval from the Jersey Competition Authority which is expected to complete by the end of February 2016.
Suzel BRUNEL, Empreintes & memoire: les arrondissements historiques de Sillery, Beauport et Charlesbourg, Quebec, Publications du Quebec, 2010, p.
The answer came from Sir Adolphe-Philippe Caron, Minister of Militia and Defence, whose grandfather had served in the militia at Beauport in the 1790s, and it is a remarkable fact: In 1887, there were still as many as 271 living veterans of the War of 1812, of whom 221 were receiving a pension of $30 each; 49 were getting $80 each, and one pensioner in Quebec was receiving $60--the total allocation being $6,630.
The design elements generate emotional states (Crawford, 2003) which in turn support the learning process (Ostrander & Schroeder, 1996; LeDoux, 1999; Martinez, 2000; Jensen, 2004, 2006; Immordino-Yang & Damasio, 2007); especially if they have to do with the need to preserve the life (De Beauport, 1994) of the character or avatar of the player.
Apres avoir consacre sa these de maitrise a la veuve Marie-Catherine Peuvret, seigneuresse de Beauport, et sa these de doctorat aux seigneurs campagnards de la NouvelleFrance, il poursuit aujourd'hui ses recherches sur les persistances du monde seigneurial au Quebec apres 1854.
Together they have devised a system for competitively shipping Powder River Basin (PRB) coals 1,100 miles by BNSF rail to Superior Midwest Energy Terminal, then by 28,000 ton vessel to QSL's Beauport Sector Dock in Quebec City, a water distance of 2,432 miles.
Preside par le president Chagnon, le banquet final a eu lieu a Beauport.
En concordancia con este planteamiento, los aportes de la "Nueva Ciencia", como abordaje amplio, reflexivo, critico de la realidad, incluyendo dentro de este enfoque la teoria de las inteligencias multiples sustentada por los aportes de la neurociencia, la cognicion, sicologia, fisica cuantica entre otros y cuyos hallazgos innovadores resultantes de este proceso cientifico pertenecen a teoricos como Gardner (2001, 2005); Beauport y Diaz (2005); Salovey y Mayer (1990); Goleman (2001, 2004); Damasio (2003); Zohar y Marshall (2001); Morin (1996, 1997, 2000), proporcionan los elementos constitutivos fundamentales para desarrollar un constructo teorico acerca de las competencias que deberian caracterizar al gerente del siglo XXI.
Dans des quartiers aux frontieres floues comme Vanier ou Beauport, cela peut s'averer plus difficile.
Depuis sa fondation en 1608 a l'embouchure de la riviere Saint-Charles, la ville de Quebec n'a cesse d'annexer d'abord ses faubourgs, puis les villes voisines pour prendre finalement les limites de la Communaute urbaine de Quebec (CUQ) creee en 1969 et qui comprenait, en 2001, Sainte-Foy, Beauport, Charlesbourg, Sillery, Loretteville, Val-Belair, Cap-Rouge, Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures, L'Ancienne-Lorette, Saint-Emile, Vanier et Lac-Saint-Charles.
Town of Beauport, supra note 17, where Justice Rand refused to accept that parliamentarians legislating in 1919 could have envisioned a bus as a new form of conveyance.
The FTTH deployments cross the Quebec City region, including Ancienne-Lorette, Beauport, Charlesbourg, Levis-Wolfe, Loretteville, St-Cyrille, Ste-Foy, St-Nicolas, St-Real and St-Romuald will offer consumer and business customers Internet download speeds of at least 100 Megabits per second and upload speeds of at least 20 Mbps.