campaigne

See: politician
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PARKER Peacefully at home on Tuesday, July 30, 2019, James , aged 70 years, much loved husband of Isabell (nee Campaigne) father to Christopher and Cecilia.
(11.) Zinman B, Ruderman N, Campaigne BN, Devlin JT, Schneider H, American Diabetes Association.
From La Campaigne Tropicana in Ikegun to Ilashe beachfront and Inagbe Waterfront Resorts, awareness and investments are growing in the area of water tourism.
In fact, its etymology is based on the French sign campaigne (countryside), which imitates the action of harvesting, the cutting of wheat with a sickle (see Fig.
According to Yon 1997: 110 only two Akkadian texts were found in this archaeological context; Bordreuil and Pardee 1989 record seven fragmentary texts from the "2[4.sup.e] campaigne," all coming from the "cella" or outside (RS 24.076, 24.273, 24.299, 24.307A, 24.309A, 24.309B, 24.657), except for one from the "fosse" (RS 24.273, p.t.
There are also several resorts around Lagos, such as La Campaigne Tropicana, excellent destinations for corporate retreats, romantic getaways and family holidays.
Campaigne, In Comprehensive Heterocyclic Chemistry; A.
Red, black and white balloons filled the air yesterday as the campaigne to keep closure-threatened John Summers High School open hit new heights.
[31.] Henderson CJ, Lovell DJ, Specker BL, Campaigne BN.
Further, prior research suggests that student loans may be a more effective strategy for middle--and high-income students because low-income students are averse to borrowing (Campaigne and Hossler, 1998, and Paulsen and St.
They are important intermediates for the synthesis of various organic compounds, mainly by cyclization reactions (Campaigne and Schneller, 1976).
Chris Harrison highlights success, questions the anodyne, and analyses the failure of Africa's latest marketing campaigne.