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Ney

Michel , Duc d'Elchingen. 1769--1815, French marshal, who earned the epithet Bravest of the Brave at the battle of Borodino (1812) in the Napoleonic Wars. He rallied to Napoleon on his return from Elba and was executed for treason (1815)
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Ney is also fearful of water in general - avoiding swimming pools, lakes and trips to the seaside.
Ney said 11 fire vehicles and 20 firefighters responded to the fire, including seven people and two vehicles from the neighboring Lane Rural Fire District.
Ney accepted international and domestic trips, meals and drinks, concert and sporting tickets and tens of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions.
Ney Metals is a 135-year-old company specializing in white metals.
20pm,Jones, of Heol-y-Wal, Bradley,Wrexham, who was ``in drink'', had spotted Mr Ney urinating against a whee lie -bin, and launched his unprovoked attack.
Mr Ney, 46, of New Mills, Derbyshire, the owner and director of a chemicals company, was set upon outside Chester city centre bar Brannigans, where he had just watched England's 5-1 World Cup qualifier defeat of Germany.
There was nothing underhanded in the way Ney wooed Wynn.
Ney Thol added the preliminary detention could be to six months while the investigation continues.
Indeed, he has not simply introduced the creatures of the boulevard Ney into the posh surroundings of the CNP (a former Rothschild town house) but also accompanied eight of them through the administrative labyrinth of French immigration.
A more sophisticated application of the InsureZone strategy will be to partner with banks to offer insurance opportunities to online banking customers, Ney said.
Ney's spokesperson said Ney "has not been told that he is a target of any investigation and there would be no grounds to do so.
The prestigious Ney Award is annually awarded to the highest-performing food service operations throughout the fleet.