Cheneau

Cheneau

A gutter at the eaves of a building, especially one that is ornamental; an ornament, crest, or cornice.

cheneau

1. A gutter at the eaves of a building, esp. one that is ornamented.
2. An ornamented crest, 2 or cornice.
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McFadden EP, Stabile E, Regar E, Cheneau E, Ong AT, Kinnaird T, et al.
8), Paul Cheneau, and Segura Viudas (owned by Freixenet).
Major producers include Codorniu, Freixenet (Figure 7-8), Paul Cheneau, and Segura Viudas (owned by Freixenet).
According to the report, drafted by two maritime experts with the Cour de Cassation, Philippe Clouet and Henri Cheneau, the Italian ship inspection body Rina, which inspected the most recent work carried out on the vessel, is directly culpable since replacement steel deck panels fitted to the ship were not the correct width, a factor that contributed directly to the loss of the tanker.
En estas condiciones, no debe echarse en saco roto la advertencia de Yves Cheneau, jefe de servicio de sanidad animal de la FAO, de la ONU: "Cualquier pais del mundo podra resultar contaminado, porque vemos la rapida propagacion del virus y la amenaza que esto significa".
FAO Animal Health Service Chief, Yves Cheneau, called for tougher checks on the import of food products, including those carried by tourists, as well as stricter controls on immigrants and tourists.
Coastal Vineyards" cabernet sauvignon, "Estancia" y "Kendall-Jackson chardonnays, "Glen Ellen" Zinfandel blanca), un espanol ("Paul Cheneau Brut" espumoso) y un australiano ("Rosemount Estate", cabernet sauvignon).