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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Marlies Beerli Cabell worked for 18 months to become one of only eight certified Wood Cheneau Rigo (WCR) clinicians in the country.
In this same line of thought (Cheneau, 1989) advances that we must prevent companies from dying, and that we must remove the causes of their disappearance and especially the causes of their deaths not resulting from normal operation and adds that corporate history and even if it is healthy becomes dangerous when it changes the owner whether as a result of their sale or the death of leader or effect the simple discontinuity of their appropriation made their cover of major risks.
(29.) Bellisle F, Louis-Sylvestre J, Linet N, Rocaboy B, Dalle B, Cheneau F, et al.
Paul Cheneau Lady of Spain cava Combine tequila, blood orange liqueur and lime juice in a shaker with ice.
Major producers include Codornfu, Freixenet (Figure 8.8), Paul Cheneau, and Segura Viudas (owned by Freixenet).
For more bubbles, Paul Cheneau's Spanish Cava, in its colorful "Lady of Spain" bottle wrap, can take your customer from brunch to supper, at a very fair price.
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.