Froment

Fro·ment

(frō-mawn[h]'),
Jules, Lyon physician, 1878-1946. See: Froment sign.
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Members of the Insurance Compact elected Ohio Insurance Director Jillian Froment as chair, Rhode Island Insurance Superintendent Beth Dwyer as vice chair and Idaho Insurance Director Dean Cameron as treasurer.
ASCO's products are sold under the brands of Asco, Firetrol, Avtron, Froment.
En termes de structure, les importations africaines en produits agroalimentaires ont ete constituees a hauteur de 14% de la farine de froment suivie par les sucres qui ont represente 6% des importations totales, du riz a hauteur de 6% et du lait et des produits laitiers avec une part de 5%.
John Kasich is filling the post with former Deputy Director Jillian Froment.
Thierry Froment, chief operating officer for Veolia Water Technologies in the Middle East, said: "Managing waste is a significant issue in today's times, not just in the UAE, but across the world.
1916: Rifleman Harold Froment, of 2 Meltham Road, Lockwood, was killed in action just three weeks after arriving in France.
The Froment and the paper grip test displayed variability in the results of these evaluations.
Thierry Froment, chief operating officer for Veolia Water Technologies in the Middle East, said: "Veolia has a rich history in Qatar supported by the development of a number of important projects, including one of the main treatment plants in Doha.
Jillian Froment, the chief operating officer of the Ohio Department of Insurance, said the traditional LTCI issuers are pricing themselves out of the market and will have to come up with better products.
com Genetec PR contact Veronique Froment, HighRez PR for Genetec, Inc.
Jillian Froment, the deputy director at the Ohio Department of Insurance, and that department's operations manager, said her department wants to help clear up a backlog of LTCI rate filings.
Also at the same venue, "Tombeau de Ferdinand Cheval" (Tomb of Ferdinand Cheval), 2013, a series of luminous black-and-white photographs by Aurelien Froment, inventories naive decorative motifs from an architectural folly built by a postman in rural France.