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Gi·rard

(ji-rahr'),
Alfred C., Swiss-born U.S. surgeon, 1841-1914. See: Girard reagent.
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Girard backed out of making any record/distribution deals with major labels and decided to handle the entire release with himself at the helm, navigating through the negotiations on his own and releasing his music through Wal-Mart, as well as other major retailers.
While Girard decided to stop being a broker-dealer, it will otherwise remain the same in terms of leadership, organization, brand and culture.
She had been staying off and on at the couple's home after her mother's signature was forged - by Patricia Girard - on documents that allowed her to change schools, Lane County sheriff's Detective Stephen Simons wrote in a search warrant filed in court.
I got the idea because I had to build an 8-foot-tall fence for some whitetail deer that I raise," says Girard.
Girard joins the ten other independent broker-dealer firms that comprise Cetera Financial Group, RCS Capital's independent retail advice platform, which includes Cetera Advisors, Cetera Advisor Networks, Cetera Financial Institutions, Cetera Financial Specialists, First Allied Securities, The Legend Group, Investors Capital Corporation, J.
Girard has over USD 10bn of assets under administration and 250 financial advisors, bringing Cetera Financial Group's total assets under administration to USD 236bn and nearly 9,600 total financial advisors.
Many critics of Girard have concentrated their concerns with mimetic theory on his nonsacrificial understanding of Christianity.
That team has now disbanded but Girard is building his new side on solid foundations.
By insisting that the French defeat simply represented a change in the skin color of the ruling elite, however, Girard unduly minimizes the significance of Haitian independence.
Girard graduated from Michigan State University with a bachelor's degree in materials and logistics management.
What Gartner VP and distinguished analyst, John Girard, suggests they do is adapt to this environment and quickly, starting with the basic configuration and security policies they feel the need to preserve.