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Durand,

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 Durand
, or Durante
, Jewish family of scholars. Profiat Isaac ben Moshe ha-Levi Duran, 1350–1414, called Efodi, was born probably in Perpignan, France, but he moved to Catalonia.
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According to former Indian footballer Syed Hakim, shifting the Durand Cup out of Delhi is one of the biggest reasons for its downfall.
Ne le 9 novembre 1938 dans la region parisienne, Claude Durand etait a la fois editeur de renom, denicheur de talents, traducteur de l'anglais et de l'espagnol et lui-meme ecrivain.
According to (http://spinoff.comicbookresources.com/2014/10/01/kevin-durand-denies-hes-being-eyed-to-play-negan-on-the-walking-dead/) comicbook resources , Kevin Durand denied that he has been approached by "The Walking Dead" producers to be part of the series.
A sus poco mas de cuarenta anos, el dominico frances Emmanuel Durand ya tiene publicada una obra teologica notable en el campo de la teologia trinitaria.
Durand's extensive study is rich in precious insights and specific details that give new perspective to interpretations of Martiniquan patronyms.
shows notable variants from the first edition (published 1w Durand in June 1915, several months after the work's concert premiere on 28 January), particularly in the "Pantoum" second movement where it presents some different instrumental textures and one less measure on its last page.
As he embarks on what might well be Ping Identity's final funding push, Andre Durand, CEO and founder of Denver's Ping Identity, has relocated his family to work from California for the first six months of 2013.
"Some detainees resisted with improvised weapons, and in response, four less-than-lethal rounds were fired," according to a statement from Robert Durand, a spokesman with Joint Task Force Guantanamo, which runs the prison.
Interviewed by AFP, Robert Durand, director of public affairs for the Joint Task Force Guantanamo, said nine detainees were engaged in hunger strikes, five of whom were being fed through tubes inserted into their stomachs.
Navy captain Robert Durand would not say what measures were employed, and would not confirm a lawyer's report that a guard fired a shot at a prisoner, possibly using some type of nonlethal projectile such as a rubber bullet.
There have been strong reactions from Afghan parliamentarians and in the media to his comment on the Durand Line.