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Gros

Baron Antoine Jean . 1771--1835, French painter, noted for his battle scenes
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Lors d'une tournee effectuee dans le marche de gros des Eucalyptus et des marches de detail de Meissonnier, Ali-Mellah, Ruisseau et Hussein Dey, il apparait clairement que les prix des fruits et legumes ne correspondent pas aux prix referentiels (gros et detail), fixes, il y a quelques jours, par le ministere du Commerce, et sont meme plus eleves parfois.
Gros: That is right, my view is that the recovery has been pretty stable for three years now; on a per capita basis, it has been almost stronger than that of the United States, and the European labor market has been improving trend-wise every year for the last 20 years.
Dr Gros has experience in developing and executing bio-pharmaceutical growth strategies.
Daniel Gros is director of the Brussels-based Center for European Policy Studies.
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With the passing of distinguished professor Jeffrey Gros, FSC, known as "one of this era's leading ecumenists," (2) we have experienced a deep void, which will remain in our hearts until our eschatological reunion.
For decades, Gros (pronounced "grow") participated in an untold number of dialogues with religious groups, delivered keynote addresses around the world, edited numerous books and wrote hundreds of book reviews.
La region Souss-Massa-Draa se dotera de cinq marches de gros de fruits et legumes (ministre)
Francois Gros is a great supporter and documenter of the antiquity of the Tamil language and the unique quality of its early literature.
Banks in the periphery as well as Northern European investors have tended to concentrate their holdings nationally, leading to falls in yields (interest rates) for German and Dutch bonds, while the high-risk paper is concentrated in Spain, Italy, Ireland, Portugal and Greece, Gros explained.
Ms Le Gros has significant experience in commercial property transactions in both the public and private sector.