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Giraud

Henri Honor? . 1879--1949, French general, who commanded French forces in North Africa (1942--43)
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Drake and three other graduates of the Veterans First program, as well as with Friendship Place Executive Director Jean-Michel Giraud.
Paris, Feb 6 (BNA) -- Minister of State for Information Affairs and Government's Official Spokesperson, Samira Ibrahim bin Rajab, today met Director of North Africa and Middle East Department at the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Jean-Pierre Giraud, within her official visit to France.
US Patent 8,282,756 (October 9, 2012), "Method of Making a Fiber Preform for Manufacturing Parts of a Composite Material of the Carbon/Carbon Type Incorporating Ceramic Particles, and Products Obtained Thereby," Sandrine Baud, and Alain Giraud (Messier-Bugatti, Velizy-Villacoublay, France).
Huet was formerly deputy of strategic and acquisition finance and he will now take the place of Jean-March Giraud.
Outgoing joint president Joyce Haw presented the chain to Anna Giraud, Margaret Wilkinson, Anne Chadwick, Josie Firth and Tricia Ashton.
TODAY Noon, High Street, near Thorntons, Browns Brass Band; Noon, Great Western Arcade, The Dirty Robbers; Noon, Museum of the Jewellery Quarter, Pat Giraud Trio; 12.
Nathan Sutcliffe, 16, from Dolgellau, Huda Zahid, 17, from Bangor and Sebastian Giraud, 14, from Porthmadog, take up the prestigious roles following a nationwide search for young people passionate about the environment.
But French psychologist Anne Giraud has called the law a "gimmick," claiming it will be difficult to implement.
The bank's performance during 2008 was satisfactory and the results achieved are in line with anticipated projections despite the economic downturn and fluctuating market conditions," said Bertrand Giraud, the bank's Chief Executive Officer
Dublin -- A leading European Union bureaucrat, Jean-Guy Giraud, has produced a proposal to force another referendum on the Lisbon Treaty upon the people of Ireland.
Committee member Christophe Giraud yesterday told the Cyprus News Agency that more identifications were expected at the beginning of 2009.
Like many other musicologists, I have in the past dismissed Albert Giraud as a "minor Belgian poet" who required only an obligatory mention before I discussed what seemed to be more substantive issues in Schoenberg's Pierrot lunaire.