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charette

1. The intense effort to complete an academic architectural problem within a specified time.
2. The time in which this work is done.
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Charette, who has acted as spokesman for RANT, said in an interview Sunday that the fight has been particularly challenging because the developers are not faceless strangers from out of town.
After winners of the West Coast Student Design Charette are announced, all participating students will be treated to dinner followed by a tour of the Getty Museum.
In a meeting with Iranian Foreign Ministry Mohammad Javad Zarif in Tehran at the time, De Charette underscored that Iran plays a very influential role in the region and works towards regional and international peace and security.
It just took the military 40 years to put it on the battlefield," Charette said.
It can be helpful or harmful," said Charette, a marine chemist at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI).
The charette is designed to get community input to see what people would like their town to look like," NEDCO's Sarai Johnson said.
VAN MAN: Brummie Tony Jacques Charette, with friend Jocelyn during '73 holiday trip.
Wayne John, who runs La Charette, which means wagon in French, said the premiere would mean the venue got just that.
Bob recommended a real estate attorney for us and was a terrific help in reviewing the lease, and in making comments and suggestions," Charette remarked.
5 million promissory note and line of credit with Randy Charette, who is believed to live in Bentonville.
Charette has published a model edition and translation of this complicated treatise, together with a detailed commentary.