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bouquet

The decorative ornament at the top of a finial or other projection in a floral or foliated form; similar to the anthemion.
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bouquet

The floral or foliated ornament forming the extreme top of a finial, knob, hip, or the like.
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While Penn Mutual has thus far been the most aggressive, Boquet says they are seeing a lot of people coming in who want to endow scholarships on behalf of their father or mother who may have served.
During their brief friendship Boquet gave Fr Cooke cheques for thousands of dollars, the court was told.
As Elizabeth Boquet and Michele Eodice point out, "In fact, we would argue that the daily work in our writing centers (WCs) not only reveals creativity, it requires it" (4).
Lemichez E, Flatau G, Bruzzone M, Boquet P, Gauthier M.
I thought Elizabeth Boquet and Michele Eodice's chapter was a good way to open the book.
And the list of authors of works from all eras is a veritable "who's who" of key writing center scholars and International Writing Centers Association leaders, including Jeanne Simpson, Leigh Ryan, Albert DeCiccio, Elizabeth Boquet, Nancy Grimm, and Stephen North.
When talking about building a more dynamic UWC, we're not only making the "joyful noise" that Boquet describes.
Boquet, this recent Utah Press publication of 144 pages manages to address the topics we have most on our minds, while providing a fresh perspective on our work.
Elizabeth Boquet makes a similar move when she voices her interest in cultivating "a different model of staff education" in Noise from the Writing Center (80).
FROM NEAL LERNER AND BETH BOQUET, EDITORS, WRITING CENTER JOURNAL (WCJ):
In Noise from the Writing Center, Elizabeth Boquet critiques a "model of staff education that sets up a content model for tutoring, a low-risk/low-yield approach to staff education" (77).
As Boquet observes, "They prove our usefulness institutionally.