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Synonyms for bard

Synonyms for bard

Synonyms for bard

a lyric poet

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an ornamental caparison for a horse

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Bard Capital is a family-oriented firm that works well with entrepreneurs and we only invest in a select group of companies and people that we believe in," added Richard Bard.
Bard and her team's coleader, Rodolfo Fattovich of the University of Naples in Italy, described their finds last week at the annual meeting, held in Cambridge, Mass.
Drayton wants to conceive Taliesin as a true person with whom he seeks communion and to whom he aspires to be an heir; Drayton would be now as the long-dead bard was then: the chief glorifier of the Britons, the purveyor of continuity.
Jim joined Bard in 1989 and advanced through the sales and marketing organizations prior to being promoted to President of Bard Access Systems in 2003 and President of Bard Peripheral Vascular in 2007.
Bard remains hospitalized and did not appear in court yesterday for his scheduled date to appear.
BARD's understanding of our product positioning and 'go-to-market' strategy, along with their proven successes in developing creative solutions, that get results were key factors in selecting BARD as our agency of record.
This installment in the Bedlam's Bard series brings back Bard Eric Banyon, now a Juilliard student, and many of his friends from the previous novels.
But Paul Bard, an analyst at Renaissance Capital, a Greenwich, Conn.
Bard maintains: the Nagada culture in the south and the Maada culture in the north.
Paul, who will retire from Bard at the end of the year after 26 years of service.
So, it's probably not that big a deal that Bobby Valentine had to spend his day off worrying about what to do with Daniel Bard.
July 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Barb Stabno, the owner of BARD Advertising: A Fusion Marketing Firm announced today, that she would be expanding the company's headquarters.
Ireland is first and foremost the land of the bard, the ancient cornerstone of Irish cultural unity.