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bague

An annular molding encircling the shaft of a column or pillar, either half-way between the base and capital or at lesser intervals.
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The campaign addresses the recent media coverage about Puerto Rico's fiscal situation, by presenting the other side of the story: the many opportunities available to potential investors, including attractive business incentives and a great quality of life", added Baco Bague.
Meme spectacle dans une autre tente qui offre des chaines, colliers, bagues au prix derisoire de 5DH.
Remarkably, the Bagger or Bag Thief has nothing to do with baggage, but was simply a homonym derived from the French bague, meaning "finger ring.
com/) - A global expert on leadership and author of leading publications on the leadership mindset needed in the New Global Economy - Hugo Bague, Group Executive People & Organisation at Rio Tinto (http://www.
Jones Lang LaSalle, a global real estate services firm, has appointed Hugo Bague and Martin H Nesbitt independent, non-executive members of its board of directors, effective March 1.
C'est a l'occasion de ce congres, au milieu de fastes indescriptibles, que le premier ministre Maurice Duplessis prononce une allocution dans laquelle il annonce qu'il va remettre au cardinal une bague qu'il lui passe au doigt.
DIT is a unit of Dubai jewellery maker Damas International and owns brands such as Stefan Hafner, IO Si, Porrati, Nouvelle Bague, while Valente is owned by Mariella Burani.
mistrust between communities," said Nadine Bague, the ICRC's deputy head of
In October 1888 the Parisian dealer Athanase Bague promised to buy an unidentified Aries landscape.
The ninth store, Damas Italia, opened on the 20th of January and will house Italian brands such as IOSI, Porrati and Nouvelle Bague.
This title, Le Bague, was found in Verne's library.
Deanna Bague works at the Fort Bliss, Texas, Public Affairs Office.