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Ber·trand

(bār-trahn'),
Ivan Georges, 20th-century Belgian neurologist. See: Canavan-van Bogaert-Bertrand disease.
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Reporting to Pascal Bouchiat, Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Thales, Bertrand Delcaire will manage financial communication and relations with investors and financial analysts.
You need work, a Ryan Everton's Leighton Baines, Kieran Gibbs, Luke Shaw and Danny Rose were all ahead of Bertrand in the pecking order, only for injuries to see him make a longawaited international return off the bench in the 1-1 draw in Italy in March.
Bertrand, 26, said: "Indeed, I am going to practise
Bertrand is Executive Vice President, General Counsel for Infinity Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Bertrand and Claude (who have a shop in Sunset Park's Industry City), lent Modica art by Barbara Dasnoy and an authentic Krysset Cross Chair priced at $2,300.
Bertrand said: "It's a tragic thing to happen, especially to an international teammate and a fellow leftback.
45PM, ITV PM RYAN BERTRAND is gutted for leg-break victim Luke Shaw.
The Board of The Ukraine Opportunity Trust PLC announces with great regret that Bertrand Lipworth has passed away.
RYAN Bertrand is reaping the benefits of a stable club career, with the Southampton left-back looking to cap a memorable campaign with more playing time for England.
Author Neal Bertrand wrote Dad's War Photos: Adventures in the South Pacific in honor of his father, Curtis Bertrand, who served in World War II.
While Bertrand acknowledges the central role that international factors, including pressure from great powers and the global economy, play in catalyzing political change, the clear emphasis of the book is on the role of domestic factors.
Bertrand was married to the late James Bertrand who died in 2001.