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Emile

Rousseau’s treatise on education of children (1762). [Fr. Lit.: Emile, Magill III, 330–333]
Allusions—Cultural, Literary, Biblical, and Historical: A Thematic Dictionary. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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"Getting to meet Emile was brilliant too," he added.
Prior to joining Proofpoint, Emile Abou Saleh was responsible for Middle East, Russia & CIS Territories for cybersecurity vendor Forcepoint and also held senior regional leadership positions at McAfee and Midis group.
Emile is in touch with his former England team-mates who will come with him to India to play exhibition games in Mumbai, Kolkata and Bengaluru to kick-off the Legends Match, an initiative which will hit new cities in a phased manner.
Emile, 39, said: "You do notice it walking on the streets but you don't realise how bad it is until you get into it a little bit more.
"The police investigation was widened to include the circumstances of a gas leak at Emile and Victoria Cilliers' home a few days before," Bowes QC said. "It was discovered that Emile Cilliers had deliberately caused a gas leak at the house just before he left the house to stay elsewhere."
Emile's prestige and promising career is a stark contrast to Cait, whose gender, age and marital status point toward a grim and choiceless future.
Emile, 27, said: "We have gone from strength to strength."
She wrote: 'No more baby.' Emile had taken drastic action to make sure her newborn daughter stayed a secret.
Emile tried to pull me away too, but I turned back and covered Louis's hand with mine.
His spokesman Robert Offer said: "Emile consumed an enormous amount of alcohol on the evening in question and has no memory of what happened.
But the truth is Emile created so much space for someone like me by occupying defenders who found him a handful.