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(bon-nyā'),
Pierre, French clinician, 1861-1918. See: Bonnier syndrome.
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Contractor name : BONNIER BUSINESS (POLSKA) SPLKA Z OGRANICZONA ODPOWIEDZIALNOSCIA
Asa Selling, head of Bonnier Bookery, says that people who use audiobooks "tend to be interested in .
19 August 2016 - Florida-based special-interest publishing group Bonnier Corp.
These writers will now compete for a GBP50,000 publishing deal with Bonnier Zaffre and specialist advice from literary agency Furniss Lawton.
Evoquant son dernier ouvrage [beaucoup moins que]Une passion marocaine[beaucoup plus grand que], Henry Bonnier a releve qu'il a decouvert au Maroc une tres grande civilisation et un tres grand peuple, faisant savoir qu'il a appris enormement du Royaume tant sur le plan spirituel qu'intellectuel.
NYSE:WMS), announced today that the Company has entered into an online content licensing agreement with Malta-based Bonnier Gaming, a wholly owned subsidiary of Scandinavian-based media conglomerate Bonnier Group.
Contracts for deliveries have been signed with Swedish media group Bonnier AB and Mentor Medier.
WORLDWIDE COMPUTER PRODUCTS NEWS-December 8, 2010-Adobe Digital Publishing Suite selected by Bonnier Group for newspaper tablet editions(C)1995-2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-December 8, 2010-Adobe Digital Publishing Suite selected by Bonnier Group for newspaper tablet editions(C)1994-2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
Sweden's Bonnier Business Press announced it has wrapped up the acquisition of 100% stake in Bulgarian business daily Pari.
Lilia Apostolova is the new executive director of Bulgarian-language Pari business daily, majority owned by Bonnier Business Press part of the international publishing house Bonnier AB.
The residents have set a very high standard and it is fitting that their efforts to make North Tyneside a bonnier place in which to live should be rewarded.