Morand

Mor·and

(mōr-ahn'),
Sauveur F., French surgeon, 1697-1773. See: Morand foot, Morand spur.
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As far as one can make out, not so much from this unintelligible sentence as from the attempts the vice-King made to execute the orders given him, he was to advance from the left through Borodino to the redoubt while the divisions of Morand and Gerard were to advance simultaneously from the front.
After passing through Borodino the vice-King was driven back to the Kolocha and could get no farther; while the divisions of Morand and Gerard did not take the redoubt but were driven back, and the redoubt was only taken at the end of the battle by the cavalry (a thing probably unforeseen and not heard of by Napoleon).
Her casting combined angelic children and strong faces of natural beauty, with the inclusion of former Tom Ford's super model Linda Morand.
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Nimier highlights politically discredited writers like Morand, Montherlant, Chardonne, or Jouhandeau, thus enhancing a tendency started by Mauriac.
The other chemist who helmed the 36-year-old institution was Peter Morand, a former chemistry professor who led NSERC from 1990 to 1995.
This area has been mapped as the Dungarubba (dua) soil landscape unit by Morand (2001a).
Benton will be responsible for overseeing the strategic and everyday recruitment operations of the firm, in tandem with Bob Morand, President of DW Simpson.
We have more than 20,000 graduating students and their guests on campus, so it was great this year to have a very user-friendly, information-rich mobile web site," says Michael Morand, Yale's deputy chief communications officer.
We don't do it, we don't promote it, we don't encourage it, we don't like it," said Michael Morand.
Elsewhere, Tim Morand has some fun in dual roles as flamboyant Irish painter Fred Holland Day and tenement kingpin Josef Marzoo.