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Perron

A formal terrace or platform, especially one centered on a gate or doorway; an outdoor flight of steps, usually symmetrical, leading to a terrace.

perron

1. A formal terrace or platform, esp. one centered on a gate or doorway.
2. An outdoor flight of steps, usually symmetrical, leading to a terrace, platform, or doorway of a large building.
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the new perron 1 and 2 receive a new perron edge p + 35cm on a length of 50m.
Perron and TEI International President Janice Lucchesi welcomed attendees on the first day of the conference, which featured panels with numerous government officials.
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Jacques Perron, president and CEO of St Andrew Goldfields Ltd, will be resigning from his position the end of October.
Andrea Perron, 54, still remembers the ten long years that their family experienced when they moved in a farmhouse in Burrilville, Rhode Island in 1971.
In 2006, during a special ceremony, the Airborne Plaza and street names were dedicated to 1 Commando soldiers Perron and Berger who died in 1974 in the service of their country.
ANAC has been unable to issue a new permit due to unpaid fees, an incomplete survey and unaddressed environmental audit issues, said Michelle Perron, ANAC spokesperson in an email interview.
Perron hopes to provide students with a strong foundation stressing simplicity and elegance, from which they can adapt to different styles of choreography.
Swiss political scientist and consultant Perron identifies the elements of a campaign that are decisive for electoral success, focusing on campaigns against an incumbent or a candidate who is supported by an incumbent.