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bourdon

[′bu̇rd·ən]
(acoustics)
In a carillon, the bell with the lowest tone.
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The Risk Maturity Index aims to "automate the first phase of the consulting engagement," Bourdon says.
Frequency continues to climb almost universally across all states," Bourdon said.
We are informed that Bourdon came from a respectable middle-class background.
Still, news of the winning Grand Prize award came as a pleasant surprise and I was personally thrilled to see Bill Bourdon be recognized for his outstanding skills as a PR practitioner and invaluable contributions to building the agency's sterling reputation and growth.
In my opinion, the GX machines represent the best overall concept," continued Bourdon.
Racing Club went in at the break four goals down but pulled a goal back through Lee Bourdon.
Karen Bourdon, manager of the Jenny & Mark Pitman Racing Club, based at Middle Barton in Oxfordshire, said: "We are delighted to have our first winner.
Russell Crowe, Marion Cotillard, Albert Finney, Abbie Cornish, Didier Bourdon, Isabelle Candelier, Tom Hollander, Freddie Highmore, Archie Panjabi, Rafe Spall, Kenneth Cranham.
It has to do with healthcare controls and expense controls, and the fact that everybody is on some sort of government plan or company plan that only pays for so many days, period," said Theresa Bourdon, managing director at Aon Risk Consultants in Columbia, Md.
2: As the temperature had dropped to -33 degrees, the water had frozen over in the lake at the Port de l'Arsenal below the Boulevard Bourdon, which was not very well-frequented anyway.
Enable Midstream Partners, LP announced June 2 that Lynn Bourdon resigned from the company, also stepping down from his positions as president and CEO of Enable GP.
Il s'agit de Tayeb Belaarif, Amine Sidhoum, Zahia Ait-Ammar, ainsi que William Bourdon et Philippe Penning.