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Synonyms for almoner

an official in a British hospital who looks after the social and material needs of the patients

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Certes, il sejourne de temps en temps a Blois, Orleans, Tours, Saint-Cosme et Croixval, lorsque sa charge le lui permet, ce qui n'est guere aise pour un aumonier du roi.
But Mr Aumonier is confident those results will be encouraging and all the existing stations will be in profit within three years.
David Aumonier, from Bangor, Co Down, passed away aged 58 having fought cancer with his trademark spirit and enthusiasm.
In the foreword to his Modern Architectural Sculpture, published in 1930, William Aumonier wrote that 'this modern phase of the sculptor's Art is largely brought into being by the present vogue for simplicity and directness in building.
Abdellah Zekri est egalement conseiller du recteur de l'Institut musulman de la Grande mosquee de Paris, delegue general charge des regions et aumonier musulman des hopitaux.
Les religieux canadiens-francais etaient representes, entre autres, par Mgr Olivier Maurault, recteur de l'Universite de Montreal, l'abbe Georges Deniger, aumonier des etudiants de l'Universite de Montreal, le jesuite Henri Samson, ainsi que les peres Germain-Marie Lalande, Clement Cormier, Georges-Henri Levesque, Emile Deguire et Jules Poitras.
L'idee de les appliquer au Quebec est venue d'un aumonier des syndicats catholiques de Montreal, l'abbe Boileau, qui en a fait le sujet d'une these de doctorat dans une universite belge (7).
Du Bellay se rend compte qu'il ne lui est point possible de partager la meme etendue de connaissance, culturelle ou spirituelle, et le succes personnel que le voyage apportait a son contemporain, Andre Thevet d'Angouleme (religieux celebre pour ses voyages en Orient, puis au Bresil, lequel est devenu aumonier de Catherine de Medicis et ensuite historiographe et cosmographe du roi; 289-290):
John Aumonier, the company's chief executive, added: 'This is an important step for Radio First.
Simon Aumonier, technical director of Environmental Resources Management, said: "Growing recognition of the costs and environmental impacts of waste management, and a series of national and European measures designed to encourage more sustainable practice, make this a critical time to examine waste management arrangements and plan for the future.
Hairdresser Lawrain Aumonier, who was a friend of the 50-year-old, from Bangor, Co Down, said she was stunned and deeply upset to hear the news.
Langevin, Garde De LaPorte Russ Black, Correspondant & Grand Cheminot Glen Seymour, Commissaire Intendent Ray Sampko and Aumonier Edouard E.
Autobiographie de l'abbe Jules Beaulac, aumonier des prisons de Saint-Hyacinthe et de Cowanswille (Quebec).
L'abbe Papineau, futur eveque de Joliette (1928-1968), etait prefet des etudes au seminaire de Sainte-Therese, Lionel Groulx, professeur au college de Valleyfield, Mgr Baril, vicaire general et aumonier des ursulines de Trois-Rivieres, M.
Talented youngsters from Stockton - Gilberto Da Silva, Judith Da Silva, Pamela Kelly, Jordan Armstrong, Molly Grieg and Mathew Aumonier - were competing for awards in three of the categories - with two tasting success.