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Etiquette a title used by a sovereign when addressing another sovereign or a nobleman

Cousin

Victor . 1792--1867, French philosopher and educational reformer
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Child Trends evaluated the impact of the NEICE for the three-year implementation grant.
A recent case example of the efficiency and speed of the NEICE database was a turn-around time of only three days from the time we received the placement packet, entered it into NEICE, and sent the information to Virginia for a residential Regulation 4 placement.
Hobbs, who offered evidence in Continues page 2 From front page support of the jockey, reflected: "I thought Rory Mac Neice was brilliant at putting forward the case and justice was done.
NEICE has created a data infrastructure that other human service programs will be able to leverage to support interoperability within and across state programs.
She was predeceased by a brother and two sisters, George Makitalo, Anne Kusisto, Eva Duane, and a neice Beverly Kusisto.
Fallon's lawyer Rory Mac Neice was disappointed the suspension was only partly upheld, but feels the fact the ban was reduced justifies the jockey's decision to challenge the suspension.
Welsh superstar Shirley Bassey's NEICE, Cadice Lechy, 22, from Cardiff, also gave it a go, but not with the same result.
Her daughter Lizzie was one of the three bridesmaids, alongside Martyn's neice Laura, and his goddaughter Francesca.
# FAMILY EVENT Suzanne and David Vincent, middle, with daughter Emma Owen, top right, and Bradley's fiancee Gemma Stanton, top left, with Bradley's nephew and neice Lloyd and Neave, below.
TEMPERATURES rose in Jamaica before British champ Jane Couch stepped in to the ring to outpoint Shakura Witherspoon, neice of former world heavyweight kingpin Tim.
Rory Mac Neice succinctly established why all the interested parties had convened to argue whether the amateur rider had broken the rules of racing in last week's National Hunt Chase at Cheltenham.
The six pioneering states involved in the National Electronic Interstate Compact Enterprise (NEICE) pilot successfully tested and proved that such a system significantly reduces the time children spend waiting for states to exchange paperwork and saves states money in copying and mailing.