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Ber·trand

(bār-trahn'),
Ivan Georges, 20th-century Belgian neurologist. See: Canavan-van Bogaert-Bertrand disease.
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French broadcasters Telefoot "broke" a story yesterday morning which claimed, "according to our information, OL is currently discussing the transfer of Bertrand Traore with Everton."
When the chips are down, Grylls can build a nice campfire out of driftwood -- but even he would have struggled to A-generate any warmth out of Bertrand's hard-luck story.
Saints left-back Bertrand, 29, was the shock omission from the Three Lions' World Cup squad last summer - and so far this season has been unable to force his way back into the set-up.
Starting today at St Mary's against unbeaten Chelsea a former club of both Bertrand and Hughes.
Debi Knoblock, Assistant Vice President for Business and Community Engagement at Texas Trust, presented the Dream Builder award to Bertrand. Texas Trust conceived the award and worked with DAMC to establish it in 2016 as a way to honor citizens who have had a significant and positive impact on the Downtown Arlington community.
Investcorp, a provider and manager of alternative investment products, has said that it has made a strategic minority investment in Banque Paris Bertrand Sturdza, a private bank (Banque Paris).
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-September 6, 2018--Investcorp purchases stake in Banque Paris Bertrand Sturdza
MANAMA: Investcorp, a Bahrain-based alternative investment manager, has made a strategic minority investment in Swiss private bank Banque Paris Bertrand Sturdza.
Bahraini global provider and manager of alternative investment products Investcorp, has announced a strategic minority investment in Banque Paris Bertrand Sturdza (the Bank), an independent, Swiss-regulated private bank based in Geneva and Luxembourg.
NEWCASTLE United manager Rafa Benitez is keen to sign at least one new full-back this season - and the Magpies were linked with a move for Southampton's Ryan Bertrand earlier in the window.
RYAN Bertrand thinks his omission from England's World Cup squad was "an oversight" by manager Gareth Southgate.
Had Southampton been relegated last season, then the likelihood is that Bertrand would have left St Mary's - but, given that the Saints survived, they would likely demand a hefty fee for his signature.