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Synonyms for cottier

a medieval English villein


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At the magnificent Cottier Grange, Gentoo Homes has transformed the derelict land previously the home of Prudhoe Hospital, and invested PS79m to build a new 404-home development set in beautiful Tyne Valley woodland.
New Year baby Solomon Cottier, born at Arrowe Park Hospital, Wirral, at 12.
Cottier and Willis have worked with Loughran since 2002, and with Loughran as Team Leader since 2006.
Gene therapy is an emerging technology, and our SAFC and BioReliance sites in Carlsbad, Rockville, MD and Glasgow Scotland, have supported this growing industry for years," said Gilles Cottier, president of SAFC.
Mr Cottier was appointed by brewery chief executive and founder Jess McConnell who has built the business since its launch ten years ago.
It's one of the biggest things to happen on the show for a long time," says Charles Cottier, who plays Dex.
Gilles Cottier, executive vice president of Sigma-Aldrich, and president of SAFC, said, 'Research Organics is an important addition to our pharmaceutical grade portfolio of raw materials for the biopharmaceutical industry.
Dutchman van Gogh, who was deeply religious, saw the designs at Cottier and Company when he was working for a clergyman and wrote to his brother Theo about them.
Christine Le Quellec Cottier, Blaise Cendrars: Un homme en parlance.
Enlisting the help of professional actor and fellow horror fan, Richard Cottier, also known as the Dark Lord, the two of them got together to produce the first Farmaggedon in 2007.
I knew nothing of the trio Dave Twentyman, George Cottier and Andy White but I left wanting more.
For more information, contact Smith's field deputy, Megan Cottier, at 818-756-8501, or by e-mail at Megan.
And now for what Patricia Cottier, CEO of Cottier Freres, the Geneva company started in 1925 by her grandfather and grand uncle, calls "the manipulated pretext": tourism souvenirs that make no pretence of being made in Switzerland, although they are designed and sometimes finished here.
English welterweight Ross Minter outpointed Romford's Duncan Cottier 59-55 in a six-rounder despite a gash over his right eye.