20) From 1978 to 1981, von Marbod
was the Deputy Director, Defense Security Assistance Administration.
7) He was especially criticized by Marbod
, Bishop of Rennes, and Geoffrey of Vendome.
Muff, Member of the Board of Managing Directors responsible for the Corporate Board Divisions Finance and Human Resources, painted a positive picture of the future development of the company.
None of the articles in this anthology examines the male poets of same-sex desire that Thomas Stehling collected in his seminal 1984 text Medieval Latin Poems of Male Love and Friendship, such as Baudri de Bourgueil, Marbod
of Rennes, or Hilary the Englishman.
He bases this theory on an examination of one scene on the Bayeux Tapestry, together with certain of the Latin poems of Baudri of Bourgueil (this chapter is a reworking of two of Bond's previously published articles) and Marbod
of Rennes, the Occitan lyrics of William of Poitiers, and the figure of Adela of Blois, who did not herself compose literary texts but was the subject of a number of panegyrics.
We're thrilled to have American Suzuki as a partner in honoring snowboarding's best of the best," said Maxx von Marbod
, Associate Publisher of TransWorld SNOWboarding.
Muff, member of the Board of Managing Directors responsible for finance and human resources, pointed out that the consolidation of the Japanese self-medication company SSP and the negative development of exchange rates impacted negatively on last year's figures.
Thus, Blamires chooses not only from the usually excerpted writers, like Walter Map, Andreas Capellanus, Jean de Meun and Chaucer (the Wife of Bath's Prologue), but also, for example, from Marbod
of Rennes, Jacques de Vitry and Jehan le Fevres.
Muff assumed responsibility within the Boehringer Ingelheim Board for the Corporate Board Divisions Finance and Human Resources, headed before by Dr Johann.
Die hagiographischen Werke Hildeberts von Lavardin, Baudris von Bourgueil, und Marbods
von Rennes: Heiligkeit im Zeichen der Kirchenreform und der Reecriture.