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Goossens

1. Sir Eugene. 1893--1962, British composer and conductor, born in Belgium
2. his brother, Leon. 1896--1988, British oboist
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Goossens added: 'One of the driving factors is the current increase in safety and functionality issues within the medical device industry, and the growing concern surrounding product recalls.
Leamington | work colleagues Mike Colledge, Harry Goossens, Mike Hillard and Nathan Munro
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They could be too good for Pune, who will benefit from home advantage but are missing the injured John Goossens.
Headteacher Kerry Lilico and chair of governors Lynn Goossens welcomed the announcement.
Dr Benoit Goossens, from Cardiff University's School of Biosciences, is director of the Danau Girang Field Centre in Sabah, one of two Malay
"Even if you have road side assistance coverage you may have to wait a while for help to arrive, especially in poor weather conditions," says Achiel Goossens, the senior manager of auto claims with Aviva Canada.
There's a world premiere recording, Variations sur 'Cadet Rousselle' (in French), which Ireland wrote in collaboration with Arnold Bax, Frank Bridge and Eugene Goossens. Mark Bebbington is the ideal partner for Frederick, having recorded three discs of Ireland's solo piano works.
Three students were named class valedictorian: Kyle Demmon, Molly Goossens and Ryan Quick.
The top performing ladies in each team were Samiya Al Harthy for Muscat Hills, Yvonne Welling for Almouj and Ans Goossens for Ras Al Hamra.
Paul Goossens, vice president, applications engineering, says this is an encouraging shift, but it also presents some challenges as Maplesoft has felt the pressure, particularly in the last 10 years, to address customer demands in a rapidly evolving market.