Évry

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Évry

(āvrē`), town (1991 pop. 45,854), capital of Essonne dept., N central France. The major industry is the manufacture of aeronautic equipment. A suburb of Paris, it is one of several developments built since 1965. The first 20th-century cathedral to be built in France opened there in 1996.
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Contract notice: realization of an audit on paid and free parking on the public domain of the city of evry and on the circulation and displacements
Global Banking News-February 7, 2018--Landkreditt Bank and EVRY expand collaboration
Karnataka, July 14 -- Bengaluru-based IT services organization EVRY India, formerly known as SPAN Infotech, plans to increase its headcount and revenues from India operations over the next three years.
HRH Princess Lalla Meryem decorated Khalil Merroun, rector of Evry mosque, Michel Serfaty, rabbi of Ris-Orangis and Michel Dubost, Evry bishop, with Wissam Al Arch of third class (officer) at a ceremony held at the Arab World Institute in the presence notably of French Prime Minister Manuel Valls and Minister of Endowments and Islamic Affairs Minister Ahmed Toufiq.
27 August 2014 - Norwegian IT company EVRY ASA said on Wednesday it would explore strategic opportunities, including the sale of the company.
IT corporation EVRY ASA announced on Friday that it has acquired a 6 year strategically important IT services contract with Gjensidige for NOK700m.
Now evry time we go out, she flaunts her new breasts in tiny tops & I feel so inadequate
Carrefour was fined in a correctional court in Evry, south of Paris.
Maybe, since the closure of Evry, other tracks are being used too much.
The winner of the July Stakes at Newmarket and the Champagne Stakes at Doncaster will be bidding to give Godolphin's Evry operation a Group One swansong before trainer David Loder relocates to Newmarket next year.
All of these are original,'' said Harry Evry, one of the designers.
A Genetic Services business, operating out of the company's headquarters in Evry, France, provides customized genotyping and BAC array services to the research community.