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(bū-shahr'),
Charles Jacques, French physician, 1837-1915. See: Bouchard disease.
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From the "Master of Sentences," he had passed to the "Capitularies of Charlemagne;" and he had devoured in succession, in his appetite for science, decretals upon decretals, those of Theodore, Bishop of Hispalus; those of Bouchard, Bishop of Worms; those of Yves, Bishop of Chartres; next the decretal of Gratian, which succeeded the capitularies of Charlemagne; then the collection of Gregory IX.
Feb 25 (ANI): Canadian tennis star Eugenie Bouchard has said that she is feeling relaxed and happy after her lawsuit settlement with the United States Tennis Association (USTA) that runs the US Open.
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Eugenie Bouchard pulled off her first win over Maria Sharapova with a 7-5 2-6 6-4 triumph in the Madrid Open on Monday night in a thrilling contest full of tension after the Canadian had called the Russian a cheater following her doping ban.
MARIA SHARAPOVA will meet Eugenie Bouchard in a second-round grudge match at the Madrid Open.
Eugenie Bouchard cut a frustrated figure after she threw away a chance to reach the Australian Open last 16 on Friday, putting her comeback on hold.
Livingston, the department's longtime deputy director, will work with county solid waste operations consultant Jeffrey Bouchard to head up department operations.
EUGENIE BOUCHARD can use the Rogers Cup in her native Canada to begin her haul back towards the top of the world, according to one of her top-level rivals.
Bouchard, Constance Brittain, Rewriting Saints and Ancestors: Memory and Forgetting in France, 500-1200 (Middle Ages), Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press, 2014; cloth; pp.
Eugenie Bouchard receives medical attention before retiring from her Aegon International third round match yesterday.
EUGENIE BOUCHARD has again proved that she belongs on the Grand Slam stage by reaching a fourth quarter-final from her last five tournaments at the top level, but she could be blown off the court by Maria Sharapova tonight, writes Sam Price.
Recently, a list of sports personalities who might be worth a follow on Twitter in 2015 has been released and among them is rising Canadian tennis stunner Eugenie Bouchard.