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Bon·nier

(bon-nyā'),
Pierre, French clinician, 1861-1918. See: Bonnier syndrome.
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You've grown bigger and bonnier, but you are the same scapegrace as ever.
Thus, it will support Bonniers migration to a digital business model for areas such as books, magazines, broadcasting and news.
The European Investment Bank (EIB) is providing a EUR 100 million loan to Bonnier AB of Sweden, a family-owned media and publishing company founded in 1804.
STOCKHOLM -- Swedish poet and Nobel Literature Prize winner Tomas Transtromer has died at age 83, Swedish publisher Bonniers said Friday.
The reclusive, mild-mannered wordsmith -- considered a master of metaphor and one of the most important Scandinavian poets of the post-World War II era -- died Thursday after a short illness said Bonniers spokeswoman Anna Tillgren.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-30 October 2007-Ratos AB and Bonniers AB cancel planned IPO of Bisnode Business Information Group AB(C)1994-2007 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
2)," the poem featured here, is the title poem from The Sorrow Gondola (Albert Bonniers Forlag, 1996), the first collection of poems written after his stroke.
That dip ran over, and the next step in Gustafsson's career was the coeditorship, for a time with Daniel Hjorth, of the Bonniers Literary Magazine, which ushered him into the charmed circle of the Bonniers and lunches at Sturehof.
The cooperation between Eniro and Bonniers also includes an agreement which means that "Eniro - Svar om Sverige" will also be available as a searchable service, as part of Bonniers' Internet offering.
Its customers include Bonniers, Cederroths, MasterFoods, Nordisk Kellogg's, Aftonbladet, Ericsson, Ledarna, Den Danske Bank and the Swedish Red Cross.
According to the Swedish publisher Albert Bonniers forlag, the interest in the book has been huge.
Through its stake in the Finnish media group Alma Media Bonniers now controls over 45% of the shares in TV4.