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Dorval

(dôrväl`), city (1991 pop. 17,249), S Que., Canada, on the south shore of Montreal island and on the St. Lawrence River. The site of Montreal's older airport, it also builds jet aircraft.
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These orders came from Dorval Auto and Satelinx Greece that have pre-sold the tracking services, which will procure Satelinx International with one-time sales of approximately $4,000,000 and yearly recurring revenues of $2,400,000.
"The real winners in this class action will be the legions of lawyers who will be employed for years to come trying to deal with the individual issues that are inevitable in this type of class action," said Imperial Tobacco's head of Public Affairs, Yves-Thomas Dorval in a statement.
Ryan Larkin grew up in Dorval, a suburb of Montreal.
Mais quelle difference entre ce que Dorval me disait, et ce que j'ecris [...]!
Ranked the world's third largest aircraft maker, Bombardier said it will close its manufacturing site in Tucson, AZ, and will streamline aircraft assembly at two other plants (Wichita, KS, and Dorval, Canada, near Montreal) in the hopes of saving more than $25 million annually.
Let us show you why DorVal has been a leader in commercial furniture supply in Canada since 1971.
DORVAL airport is 30 minutes by cab from the city center (about $25).
The European Association on Creativity and Innovation honored the second edition of Isaksen, Dorval, and Treffinger' book Creative Approaches to Problem Solving as the Best Book on Creativity.
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Nortel, which sells and services products in 150 countries, has been hit hard by the current economic downturn, so cost and inventory reductions have become a top priority, reports Tom Dorval, vice president, global logistics.
Le Fils naturel, viewed in the light of its associated metatext, ceases to be a triumphant celebration of secular ethics; the play is undercut by the contrasting vision of events formed by other characters, and unresolved tensions and jealousies are revealed in Dorval, whose play lets him re-enact unresolved incestuous tendencies and who also relives an Oedipal conflict with his father for control of the narrative.
The Dorval Medical Associates Family Health Network is a group of six family physicians who work with other health care professionals to provide their patients with access to primary care treatment or advice, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.