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Garbo

Greta , real name Greta Lovisa Gustafson. 1905--90, US film actress, born in Sweden. Her films include Grand Hotel (1932), Queen Christina (1933), Anna Karenina (1935), Camille (1936), and Ninotchka (1939)
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Coffey asked the brother if Garbis had been married before.
Although Judge Garbis did rule in Star's favor on some issues, management understandably is disappointed with his rulings on the remaining issues, but remains confident that the company will prevail on the enforceability of its patents.
Judge Garbis advised in a separate memorandum that he would not enter judgment on the indefiniteness ruling until he issues the pending ruling on the inequitable conduct defense tried in January-February 2005.
BEIRUT: Lebanon has missed a "golden opportunity" to become an investor's safe haven in an Arab region rattled by political turmoil, Institute of International Finance economist Garbis Iradian said at a conference organized by Byblos Bank Wednesday.
A relatively diversified economy, excellent infrastructure, a more transparent and better regulated banking system, political stability, and ample foreign assets provide resistance in the face of such shocks," said Garbis Iradian, deputy director for the Africa and Middle East Department of IIF.
The final judgment incorporates earlier January 2007 rulings by Judge Garbis granting summary judgment in favor of R.
NORTH HOLLYWOOD - The slain owners of a jewelry store on Lankershim Boulevard near Universal Studios were identified by police Sunday as Garbis and Mayda Tarakjian.
69 and were granted to the following new hires: Carol Miller, Davone Chounlamany, Robert Conroy, Joseph Latos, Eduardo Travieso, Jay Kim, RuthAnn Rose, Mike Brophy, Ben Bhangoo, Rob Sainsbury, Kai Clarke, Sean Nguyen, Garbis Sevulyan, Stefanie Tejada, Brian Rickard and Dr.
6 per cent in 2014 due to a smaller contribution to growth from oil production," said Garbis Iradian, deputy director for the Africa and Middle East Department of IIF.
Garbis stated: "The Court finds RJR to have made a strong showing of materiality and intent.
The parties were advised by Judge Garbis that in order to accommodate the anticipated pretrial schedule and properly provide adequate trial days, the patent infringement trial will begin on January 24, 2005.
While the last boom was driven by asset bubbles boosted excessive credit growth, this time around credit growth is reined in by macro-prudential measures such as regulatory limits on loans to GREs and property investors based on strict loans to value ratios," said Garbis Iradian, Deputy Director of IIF, Africa/Middle East.