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Pi·tres

(pē'trĕ),
Jean A., French physician, 1848-1927. See: Pitres area, Pitres sign.
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We've been working with Everett Community College and other partner institutions to make this a seamless transition," said Paul Pitre, dean at WSU North Puget Sound at Everett.
Convening in New Orleans in late March for the 2014 Annual Meeting and anniversary observance, David Pitre, director of Engineering Products for Pavestone Co.
After an apocalypse brought on by greedy multinationals, bounty hunters including Drifter (Matthew Marsden) and the lovely but lethal Mary Death (Christian Pitre, left) roam the wastelands in search of the CEOs who brought down civilisation.
Former Coronation Street star Matthew Marsden, complete with American accent and a Hollywood smile, and Christian Pitre are Drifter and Mary Death - her name is not ironic.
On September 6, 2012, the NANB Review Committee found Luc Pitre, registration number 027306, to be suffering from an ailment or condition rendering him unfit and unsafe to practice nursing when the ailment or condition is not adequately treated and controlled, and that the member demonstrated professional misconduct and a lack of judgment and professional ethics.
Radisson Blu Le Metropolitan in Paris has announced the appointment of Stephane Pitre as the new chef of its Le Metropolitan Restaurant.
Imhoff) Pitre; two sons, Michael Pitre and his wife, Ellen, of Hudson, N.
Brant Pitre, a young conservative Catholic scripture scholar who is already a full professor of sacred scripture at Notre Dame Seminary in New Orleans and has been on the lecture, retreat and blog circuits for some five years, has published his first popularly oriented book, Jesus and the Jewish Roots of the Eucharist: Unlocking the Secrets of the Last Supper.
AoI had to scream for help some kind of way,Ao said Bobby Pitre, who crafted one of the most jarring displays.
Illustrator, Dawn Pitre, compliments this story with striking artwork that connects readers to forgotten parts of themselves.
But at just six months old Zandaplatz Petit Pitre for Lenmau is already top dog twice over.
Pitre and UCLA both believed he would get the sixth year.