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rough-coated breed used originally in Belgium for herding and guarding cattle

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Project management contract for the rehabilitation of 154 residences bouvier residence; missions: firm tranche: diag avp pro act det exe act - conditional tranche: opc; estimated amount of works: eur 6,200,000 excluding tax.
While Beauty Packaging frequently covers L'Oreal's ongoing packaging achievements, on this seventh anniversary of their Beauty Packaging title, I got in touch with Pierre-Gilles Bouvier, Global Director of Packaging Innovation, and Philippe Bonningue, Global Director of Sustainable Packaging & Development (and a member of Beauty Packaging's Board of Advisors)--to check in on some of the company's latest feats.
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Bouvier will also serve as head of UBS' sector groups for Europe, the Middle East and Asia, excluding financial institutions.
And so it is with the nine women in Alice Kaplan's Dreaming in French (Jacqueline Bouvier, Angela Davis, and Susan Sontag), Susan Henry's Anonymous in Their Own Names (Doris Fleischman, Ruth Hale, and Jane Grant), and Lisa Cohen's All We Know (Esther Murphy, Mercedes de Acosta, and Madge Garland).
Here's a kid who planned his morning to walk three hours and 10 miles in the snow just for an interview," Bouvier said.
Sheppard offers students a law dictionary based on the first major dictionary of American law by John Bouvier.
French reporters Edith Bouvier, who was wounded in the attack, and William Daniels were among four journalists subsequently holed-up in the neighborhood for one week, before being smuggled to Lebanon.
Les journalistes francais Edith Bouvier et William Daniels, arrives au Liban jeudi apres etre restes coinces plusieurs jours dans le bastion rebelle de Homs, dans le centre de la Syrie, ont decolle de Beyrouth pour Paris hier vendredi, a indique l'ambassade de France au Liban.
Edith Bouvier beamed at photographers as she was carried from her plane to an ambulance in the airport near Paris.
The official said Edith Bouvier was smuggled across the Lebanese-Syrian border and arrived at a Beirut hospital after midnight Thursday.
BEIRUT, March 2 (KUNA) -- The Embassy of France in Beirut announced Friday that the French reporter Edith Bouvier and photographer William Daniels, both working for the French daily Le Figaro, have arrived here last night from Homs city, Syria.
Dubai Efforts to rescue French journalist Edith Bouvier trapped in Homs were halted last minute for "her safety" after the Free Syria Army (FSA) learnt of a regime ploy to use her for bargaining with the French government.
French President Nicolas Sarkozy said French journalist Edith Bouvier had also been evacuated but later retracted that statement.