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Bé·rard

(bā-rahr'),
Auguste, French surgeon, 1802-1846. See: Bérard aneurysm.
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uk/buyaphoto ref: 01146891; FLOWER POWER: Bridesmaid Gabrielle Draycott; SEALED WITH A KISS: Bride Hannah Berard and groom Leyton Otto share an innocent peck on the cheek; AISLE BE THERE FOR YOU: left, Poiina Sibanda and Tommy Lee.
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I felt our team really battled, and competed, and gave the effort,'' Holy Cross coach Dave Berard said.
To underscore how to work effectively as a cross-border mergers and acquisitions team, Tish Berard, GC for Hearts On Fire (a leading branded diamond company), and Dan Avery of Goulston & Storrs, sat down to discuss a recent transaction, the acquisition of Hearts On Fire by Chow Tai Fook, a Hong-Kong based jewelry retailer.
A review of Theater of the French Caribbean; Traditions and Contemporary Stages edited by Stephanie Berard (Coconut Creek, Florida: Caribbean Studies Press, 2013.
com; Maria Corbiscello, president of creative beauty concept firm Studio MC2; Jerome Berard of Berard Associates strategic thinking consultants; David Lyon, executive director at Syntex NYC; and Laura Kenney, editor in chief of YOUBeauty.
These results are an early indicator of risk attributable to antidepressant drug treatment above that which may be attributed to depression or anxiety disorders in the absence of drug treatment," said senior researcher, Dr Anick Berard who is Director of the research unit of medications and pregnancy at CHU Ste-Justine's Research Center, and professor at the Faculty of Pharmacy at the University of Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
The cropped line of text was taken from a book on the French painter Edouard Vuillard (1868-1940) and aptly pointed to the fractional understanding with which most viewers likely engaged this exhibition, as well as to the fragmented nature of the exhibition itself: two rooms featuring ethereal abstract drawings and a reverse slide projection separated by a reiteration of an antechamber at the Institut Guerlain in Paris--designed in the 1930s by Jean-Michel Frank to be made by stage designer Christian Berard.
Berard and her associates determined the vital status of these people 14 years after their initial assessment for MONICA, and found that the mortality rates during that period ranged from 7% in the people without diabetes to 33% in those treated with insulin.
Berard is a principal librarian in the science libraries at Carnegie Mellon University.
Brien Berard has over seventeen years of expericence selling Maryland real estate.