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Rolland

Romain . 1866--1944, French novelist, dramatist, and essayist, known for his novels about a musical genius, Jean-Christophe, (1904--12): Nobel prize for literature 1915
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g 1 Rolland gave Warburton his marching orders for a tip-tackle after just 18 minutes of Wales' 9-8 semi-final defeat to France and became public enemy No.1 in the Valleys.
The bank said that it has named Jodi Rolland as new market president for Denver and state president for Colorado.
30 October 2013 -- US financial services firm Bank of America (NYSE: BAC) said that Jodi Rolland has been named market president for Denver and state president for Colorado.
La Francaise Marion Rolland avait une belle carte a jouer hier dimanche dans la descente des Championnats du monde de ski alpin sur la piste du Streicher de Schladming (Autriche), oE elle avait decroche les deux seuls podiums de sa carriere l'an passe.
MABILLE AND ROLLAND On Monday evening, Alexis Mabille, who presented his first collection as a full-fledged member of Parisian haute couture, opted for evening gowns in sorbet colours, crafted with intricate embroidery, delicate lace and clouds of tulle.
Donald Trump purchased the winery from the bank for $6.2 million, which included 776 acres (200-plus planted to vinifera vines) and a winery equipped with high-end gear specified by consultant Michel Rolland.
"We have found that long-term benefits such as improvements in cardiovascular risk, respiratory disorders and fertility are achievable with the use of these short-burst diets," the Daily Express quoted Dr Catherine Rolland, a member of the research team, as saying.
Summary: Kim Kardashian and Kanye West wore matching outfits as they attended the Stephane Rolland fashion show in Paris.
Ref Alain Meanwhile, Alain Rolland has defended his decision to send off Wales captain Sam Warburton in last month's World Cup semi-final by declaring it was the correct decision.
Rolland caused outrage in Wales after issuing Warburton with a straight red card for a spear tackle on Vincent Clerc just 18 minutes into the 9-8 defeat by France at Eden Park The Irish referee was heavily criticised for the decision, though International Rugby Board directives on spear tackling indicated he was within his rights to dismiss Warburton.
Should they find against Gatland they would only add insult to the injury administered when referee Alain Rolland was left with no option but to brandish a red card at Sam Warburton after the Welsh flanker upended Vincent Clerc.