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Boucher

François . 1703--70, French rococo artist, noted for his delicate ornamental paintings of pastoral scenes and mythological subjects
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Boucher, 59, has pleaded not guilty to a misdemeanor assault charge in the case and could yet face more serious consequences.
Boucher allegedly tackled Paul from behind and forced him to the ground, according to the arrest warrant.
The Golden State Warriors announced Friday they have signed Boucher to a two-way contract that will allow him to split time between the NBA and the Development League, now known as the G League.
London-based healthcare communications agency, emotive, has named Dr Gill Boucher as its new medical director, it is reported today.
Clarke, who is ranked eighth in Tests, boasts an incredible average of 70 in his 11 Tests against South Africa while De Villiers is the highest ranked batsman in both Tests and ODIs and is also the first-choice wicketkeeper since Boucher was forced to retire in 2012.
Making a mockery of Government efforts to curb banker's pay at [euro]500,000, the bailed-out lender's report showed Boucher earned a salary of [euro]690,000 in 2012.
Just two days earlier, Boucher had emerged from the dressing room at the ground in Taunton with boxing gloves on.
Boucher had to undergo three hours of surgery on a "laceration" to the white of the left eyeball on Monday night after being struck by a bail on day one of the Proteas' tour match at Taunton.
But in a prepared statement read out by his Test captain Graeme Smith during lunch on day two of the tour match in Taunton, it was revealed the injury had forced Boucher to end his career.
Mark Boucher was forced to retire from international cricket because of an eye injury on Tuesday.
But in a prepared statement read out by his Test captain Graeme Smith during the two-day tour match in Taunton, it was revealed the injury had forced Boucher to end his career.
The Federal Court has granted a stay regarding a decision that removed Jim Boucher as Chief of the Fort McKay First Nation.