brevet


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a document entitling a commissioned officer to hold a higher rank temporarily (but without higher pay)

promote somebody by brevet, in the military

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En premier lieu, en refusant d'accorder la protection du droit des marques de commerce a la societe Kirkbi AG, qui tentait de recreer un monopole apres l'expiration de son brevet sur des briques LEGO, la Cour supreme a rendu une decision semblant toucher au vocable de l'abus (106).
Lorsque le brevet d'un medicament est arrive a expiration, c'est-a-dire apres 10 ou 15 ans, et qu'il tombe dans le domaine public,celui-ci peut etre [beaucoup moins que]generique[beaucoup plus grand que].
From his appointment as the BMI chief to the end of the war, Brevet Brigadier General Sharpe demonstrated effective leadership of an intelligence service that provided the Army's senior commanders with accurate and timely information about the enemy.
All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six (6) months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or they shall be brevet barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate This notice first published on April 8, 2013
He did so because he had been awarded the brevet rank on 13 March 1865 for organizing and training the men of the Signal Corps during the war.
As brevetting was a temporary battlefield promotion granted for bravery and leadership in combat conditions, when the war ended so did the brevet commissions.
Gary Taylor, managing director, Brevet Capital, presented the award to his wife, Faith Taylor, senior vice president, Sustainability & Innovation, Wyndham Worldwide, praising her "strong work ethic, intelligence, and passion for her job.
Davis was awarded one brevet promotion for service in the Mexican War.
Four Indian Navy officers and one Indian Coast Guard officer also received their flying brevet (Wings) at the graduation parade from the Air Chief.
She remains active in the sport as a brevet judge for national-level competitions and through her academy, which has been a training center for children for more than 36 years.
A graduate from Brevet des Colleges, Chef Yann has further studied at Storck Hotel School, France and Southborne School of English.
The official Brevet exams were held on June 7, 9, 10, while the Baccalaureate exams were held between June 11 and June 23.
High on the list for book lovers should be Librairie Septentrion at 2 Place Brevet, a specialist in old tomes and antique texts.
Lorsque deux organisations ou plus developpent conjointement une invention, elles peuvent appliquer pour un brevet conjoint (art.
After crossing into Zululand, Lord Chelmsford had his 2d Column, under the command of Brevet Colonel Anthony Durnford, remain at the river crossing at Rorke's Drift, while Lord Chelmsford himself pressed inland with the rest of the Centre Column.
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