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characterized by a lightly pert and exuberant quality

improperly forward or bold

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Saucier provides important details that link the ecclesiastical history of Liege and liturgical music to the promotion of the city's prestige.
Carrier says the decision to bring in Saucier in 2008 was crucial to improving Valley's operation.
Saucier demonstrates, for example, that the Lauds for Theodard drew heavily on the language and content of the tenth-century Acta inedita to tell the story of Lambert's translation of his predecessor's relics.
The company said Saucier succeeds Harold Goddijn, who temporarily held the position along with his role as CEO of the company.
Saucier and Delcambre tested this method on 49 different red wines that were all produced within the Okanagan Valley in British Columbia.
Saucier asserted that not knowing what will happen to them is discomforting, and performing superstitious behavior can make people feel a little better about the future.
Still, Saucier is hoping to partner with other groups that could synthesize larger quantities of the compounds.
In the more than 20 years since Johnson and Schumacher identified those competencies, numerous studies (Johnson, Schumacher, & Stewart, 1990; McKim & Saucier, 2011; Saucier & McKim, 2011; Saucier & McKim, 2010; Saucier, Schumacher, Funkenbusch, Terry, & Johnson, 2008; Saucier et al.
Raymond Saucier of Columbia and the grandson of Mrs.
In this biography for young people, Saucier, a freelance artist, illustrator, writer, and friend of paleoanthropologist Donald C.
Robbins LLC, Muscle Shoals, AL, appointed Steven Saucier as president and chief executive officer.
Mihaela Sabin, Madbury, assistant professor and coordinator, computer information systems program; Jamie Saucier, Manchester, student activities coordinator; Anthony Tenczar, Concord, promoted to associate professor, communication arts program; Brian Tobin, Manchester, administrative assistant, marketing and community relations department.
Saucier III, Cooking With Gas: The Official Guide for Restaurant Start-ups and Operations is a practical, no-nonsense manual to getting a restaurant business off the ground and running it successfully.