Those individuals who were forced to become creuseurs but have managed to move out of the job to become motorcycle chauffeurs or negotiants are often young men with a relatively advanced educational background--a number may have even started or completed university but found few opportunities to provide for their families.
Buyers of minerals, negotiants, sponsor creuseurs to open mining shafts, thereby attracting an increasing number of youth and petty traders to the mines.
Occupational names of certain key jobs in the mine, such as mercenaires (hired hands/mercenaries), negotiants (price brokers/peacemakers) and dirigeants (managers/commanders), speak of a division of labour that seeks to mirror military battalions.
Not merely negotiant
and the fame it may achieve are now repudiated, for "all that's made" is, as it were, uncreated in the generating of a "green thought in a green shade." The contemplative mind, immersed in the garden world, is wholly colored by its surroundings.
Another with dual interests was Jean Fulchiron, a wealthy retired Lyons negotiant
and prominent Orleanist, who was a member not only of the general council of commerce and manufacture but also of the Saint-Denis committee of primary instruction.
* In July 2006, Cloverdale, Calif.-based negotiant
MAS Wine Co., launched "Vino," a premium red wine blend packaged in 15L minikegs.
Wild Boar, Aberdeen; Droothy Neebours, Dundee; Monkey Bar and Archaos, Glasgow; and La Belle Angele and Negotiants
in Edinburgh, are all involved.
that do not have Estate vineyards were hopeful this could be a much needed bumper crop, but hopes were dashed with heat spikes.
If you used to frequent the downstairs part of Negotiants - now called Medina - you'll be in for a shock if you return.
Negotiants and Medina, 45-47 Lothian Street, Edinburgh.
Owning a chateau gives her credibility with winemakers and negotiants
whose products she buys and distributes in Asia for her Chateau Management Group.
Historically Rauzan was tapped by Bordeaux negotiants
for their wine.