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Ber·trand

(bār-trahn'),
Ivan Georges, 20th-century Belgian neurologist. See: Canavan-van Bogaert-Bertrand disease.
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Bertrand has told team-mates he thinks he will be on his way this summer.
Bertrand has more than thirty years of experience in senior management in major organizations.
com/style/angelina-jolie-honors-late-mother-guerlain-perfume-campaign/) People , Bertrand passed away in 2007 at age of 56 after battling cancer for more than seven years.
France-based Ipsen's executive vice president of research and development and chief scientific officer, Dr Claude Bertrand, has stepped down from his current post, it is reported today.
Bertrand said: "The teams we have come up against in the group stage have been ultra-defensive and really very dificult to break down.
ENGLAND failed to "unlock the door" against Slovakia but Ryan Bertrand remains positive about their Euro 2016 chances.
Bertrand has been selected as Vice-President of the Connecticut Hispanic Bar Association (CHBA) for the year of 2016-2017.
If you could just cut me out of it, that would be great," the light-hearted Bertrand quips, in a voice made soft and raspy from years of battling Parkinson's disease.
RYAN BERTRAND has gone from outsider to England regular in a matter of months, but the Southampton left-back is not taking his place at Euro 2016 for granted.
The longest and most difficult leg of the 'Round the World Solar Flight' attempted since last March by Swiss explorers Bertrand Piccard and Andre Borschberg ended successfully in Hawaii on 3 July.
Author Neal Bertrand wrote Dad's War Photos: Adventures in the South Pacific in honor of his father, Curtis Bertrand, who served in World War II.
While Bertrand acknowledges the central role that international factors, including pressure from great powers and the global economy, play in catalyzing political change, the clear emphasis of the book is on the role of domestic factors.