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A grove; a thicket or small grouping of trees in a garden, park, or the like.
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Bosquet noted that preservation of forestry and rehabilitation of productive lands aretop-priority directions of activities of World Bank and briefed on adoption of resolution by General Assembly of the UN, in according to which 2021-2030 are announced UN decade on ecosystem revival.
Bosquet: Lebanese cuisine has been popular for years.
As a result, Bosquet representing Apax Partners will resign from the board of Capio.
Thereafter, the participant was seated on the dynamometer seat, which was adjusted as previously described (Bosquet et al., 2010).
Located within the university's Bosquet building, the media centre will be an integral element of AUP's new Student Life and Learning Centre and a hub of student activity.
A growing number of studies are showing that environmental stressors, including noise and chemical pollution, may affect children's behaviour and mental health, said Michelle Bosquet, a psychologist at Boston Children's Hospital, Fox news reported.
Bosquet picked up a four-match ban, but I have to say there was a time when lengthier sentences were imposed for lesser offences than that one.
Mark Bosquet, head of Network Management Domestic Markets at Clearstream, said, 'Given Africa's growth potential, our clients are showing an increasing interest for exposures to South African equities and currency investments.
Both restaurants are directed by Michelin-starred head chef Gilles Bosquet, who trained under Gordon Ramsay at The Connaught restaurant in London.
Restaurant of the Year: Restaurant Bosquet, Kenilworth Will you find the most stunning food in the Midlands at this restaurant in a well-heeled backwater of north Warwickshire?
Opal by Gordon Ramsay is headed by Michelin-starred chef Gilles Bosquet, and offers culinary delights inspired by Gordon Ramsay.
She was born in North Brookfield, the daughter of the late Francis and Grace (Bosquet) Baroni and was educated in Worcester schools.