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guyot

[gē′ō]
(geology)
A seamount, usually deeper than 100 fathoms (180 meters), having a smooth platform top. Also known as tablemount.
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Cahn, Jim Cooney, Lisa Marie Cordoba, Corey Elias, Erin Granfeild, Suzanne Guyot, A.
He expected a "normal season", with total production of Guyot put at 60,000 tonnes, and Williams at about 80,000 tonnes.
The 'Best Wholesale Carrier' award was accepted by Michel Guyot, President, Global Voice Services, at a gala dinner in the presence of more than 200 senior executives from leading telecommunications companies.
Guyot, all previously unknown in Oz -- boasted local industry contacts that, when investigated, proved tenuous.
John Guyot has been named Publisher and heads the team charged with launching a new version of the magazine that published from 1978 to 2005.
Contractor name : GUYOT ENVIRONNEMENT VALORISATION NERGIE
Screenplay, Deleuze, Laurent Guyot, Guy Laurent; Camera (color), Antoine Heberle; editor, Fabrice Rouaud; music, L'Attirail, Supersonic; art director, Jimmy Vansteenkiste; sound (Dolby), Philippe Richard, Jean-Pierre Laforce.
We are pleased to enable IPF to meet Iceland's growing demand for high-speed Internet connectivity," said Michel Guyot, vice president of international markets at Teleglobe.
Phone service, CableTEL is driving the latest broadband retail VoIP services into the Bulgarian telecom market," said Michel Guyot, Vice President of International Markets at Teleglobe.
The Middle East Internet Exchange (ME-IEX) supports the region's rapidly growing needs for direct exchange of regional traffic and also provides efficient, high quality transit for international traffic," said Michel Guyot, Vice President of International Markets at Teleglobe.
We selected Deltek's robust suite for our government division, as it is able to handle our federal contracting and operational requirements without customization," said David Guyot, President of BVSPC Special Operations.