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My father is a certified dentist and he's also a distiller," Sergent says.
Il s'agit du syndicat des agents de la douane, le syndicat des sergents et sous-officiers de la Douane et le syndicat national des agents de la Douane.
Handicap saw Sergent with 50/50; Terry Bilbey had 49/50.
Mais les pompiers semblaient hier jeudi matin avoir "reussi a maEtriser l'incendie dans la partie" oE se trouve ce deuxieme reservoir, a precise le sergent Swanton, "et je ne pense pas qu'il y ait encore du danger de ce cote".
Granddaughter Brenda Sergent said: "Medically there was nothing wrong with her.
Meanwhile, 22-year-old Jesse Sergent, who was the bronze medalist at the Beijing Olympics in the Men's Team Pursuit event, categorized the cycling tracks in Delhi as one of the best in the world.
Des le debut du film (1), nous voila prevenus: le sergent Highway, ce baroudeur vieillissant a la voix rauque, est incorruptible et insubordonne.
The surgery of Sergent Aleksandrov, who is said to be in the worst condition and reportedly in a coma, had been done early Monday morning.
BLOOD BROTHERS: Biomedical scientist in the pathology department in Camp Bastion Hospital, Helmand Province, Afghanistan, Sergent Janet Nicholson takes blood for screening from Staff Sergent Scott Watson in an overflow tent that is used for blood screening and donation
There was no immediate reaction from the government of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki but the American army staff sergent, who pumped bullets into the Koran and wrote graffiti inside it, has already been removed from Iraq.
1976 Promoter Bill Sergent offered the Beatles EUR30 million to reform.
I HOPE Trevor Sergent was joking when he sent out that Press release accusing Podge and Rodge of being "gutless" and "spineless" after he was dropped from the show.
Mark Sergent, 44, of Ainsdale, was on holiday in Cancun when Hurricane Wilma struck.
The translation is complemented by two extensive introductions, one by Bernard Sergent, itself an admirable precis of Jaina history and doctrine, and one by the two translators, more specifically devoted to Yogindu and his contribution to the evolution of Jainism.
Its two 'continuations', Le Nouveau Pathelin (XXXIX) and Le Testament de Pathelin (XL), are also included here, together with La Savetiere, le sergent et la laitere, in which there are some close textual similarities to Pathelin.