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bourdon

[′bu̇rd·ən]
(acoustics)
In a carillon, the bell with the lowest tone.
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Ms Bourdon said that in order to introduce the festival's audience to South Asian films and the cultural landscape of the region, a number of films are selected each year for the Open Door Screening, a non-competitive section of the Locarno Festival.
Jillian Bourdon, Coordinator of The Grauer School's International Study Program, worked with the two Ameson teachers to produce the Asian New Year Celebration, held on Friday, February 7th.
1: As there was a glacial temperature of -133 degrees, the Boulevard Bourdon no longer existed.
To summarize the debate briefly, we of course know how the five-course guitar was tuned in relative intervals (A-d-g-b-e'), but we are still arguing over the use of bass strings or bourdons on the 4th and 5th courses.
Companies that score well on the index also fine-tune their forecasts by incorporating risk-adjusted return expectations for each of the company's units or departments, Bourdon said.
The Risk Maturity Index aims to "automate the first phase of the consulting engagement," Bourdon says.
In my opinion, the GX machines represent the best overall concept," continued Bourdon.
Speaking on the sidelines of the event, Pitre Bourdon, Aspire Head of Research said: "Our ongoing (research projects) are looking at the effects of growth and maturation of our young boys as they go from 12 year-olds, when they come into the academy, through to 18 when they exit -- so we're looking at change and how those changes impact on performance, be it in football or in athletics, all the sports that we deal with.
Thomas, now 18, and of Bourdon Road, Anerley, and Alexander, 20, of Talbot Road, Thornton Heath, both south-east London, deny manslaughter.
8 Which rap boyband features Bassist Dave Phoenix Farrell and guitarist Rob Bourdon in the line-up .
The family-run 60-room boutique Hotel Villa St Louis was once a thriving business in Bourdon, Port-au-Prince for more than 30 years.
In order to determine the attention levels of the subjects in the research, "Bourdon Attention Test" developed by Benjamin Bourdon (1995) was used.