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They typically have about nine or ten staff, including sports journalists-commentators, a sales team and DJs, who have access to a central bank of contemporary pop music, which Mr Aumonier, who used to be the md at Talk Radio, now Talk Sport, says is continuously tested for audience approval in the 15-44 target age group.
Where Aumonier understood plain building as an invitation to sculptural variety, Gill was of the view that the conditions under which such building takes place made good architectural sculpture next to impossible.
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Des huit pretres qui, a l'origine, font partie de la Commission, trois sont aumoniers de syndicats catholiques: Jacques Cousineau du Conseil central de Montreal, Omer Genest, des syndicats de la region Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean, et Henri Pichette, aumonier general de la CTCC.
Mr John Aumonier, chief executive of Radio First, said the company was in talks with all the operators and was confident of securing the agreements.
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Le choix des documents reproduits met l'accent principalement sur le conflit singulier qui a oppose durant des annees la fondatrice a l'abbe Louis-Delphis-Adolfe Marechal, aumonier de la congregation de 1853 a 1882.
At Ian Ramsey School, students Zara Cooke and Matthew Aumonier achieved 100% in their GCSE.
Dapper dressers Lowrain Aumonier, 34, and Michael Kwelu won the coveted titles of best dressed woman and man.
demontre la presence d'un aumonier sur les navires de Jacques Cartier lors de son premier voyage au Canada, en 1534.
Le present article se veut une analyse du cheminement de carriere du pere Edmund Burke Kilroy (1830-1904) et des raisons derriere sa decision de quitter la Congregation de Sainte-Croix en 1859 afin de devenir pretre diocesain, et de rejeter l'occasion que lui offrait le president Abraham Lincoln de devenir le premier aumonier de la marine americaine en 1864.