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The Company's flagship, 1,000 km2 Detour Gold Trend Project hosts the resource stage Bug and Martiniere West gold deposits and the Grasset nickel-copper-cobalt-PGE deposit.
The Cabernet Sauvignon grapevines were grafted on fifteen rootstocks, i.e., Rupestris du Lot, 101-14 Millardet et de Grasset, 3309 Couderc, 420A Millardet et de Grasset, 5BB Kober, 161-49 Couderc, SO4, 1103 Paulsen, 99 Richter, 110 Richter, Gravesac, Fercal, Dogridge, Isabel and Solferino (local name of an unknown rootstock).
Speakers include Philippe Grasset, founder & Director of GIDA Ltd; Evelyn Ting, Managing Principal of New Office Works; Andrew Kane, Managing Director of Sedgwick Richardson; Ian Hau, Founding Director of XLMS; and Dilara Kan, Creative Director of Yellowdot Design.
In 1913 the French publishing house Grasset released Swann's Way by Marcel Proust, the first installment of what has since become one of the most important novels in literary history.
This book on taxation in France is an exact reproduction of a work first published in September 2001 by Grasset. A new preface by the author discusses conditions since 2001 and how his research for this book informed his later work.
La premiere est rabbin et dirige la revue Tenoua et elle a publie En tenue d'Eve et Comment les rabbins font des enfants aux editions Grasset en 2013 et 2015.
A manufacturer and supplier of casino table game equipment, Gaming Partners provides its products to licensed casinos globally under the brand names of Paulson, Bourgogne et Grasset, Gemaco, Dolphin and Bud Jones.
In La Violence et le Sacre (Paris: Grasset, 1972), the literary and cultural theorist Rene Girard argues that the murder of a scapegoat is the foundation on which all human culture rests.
Proust's massive novel on time and memory, ,4 la recherche du temps perdu (Paris: Grasset and Gallimard, 1913-1927), contains a "narrative paradigm that begins with an involuntary memory and moves to a cognitive effort that results in an ecstatic recovery of the past, after which there is a moment of regret" (pp.
Deploying the latest scientific research and his own extensive observations in Africa, in "How the Zebra Got Its Stripes: Darwinian Stories Told Through Evolutionary Biology", author Leo Grasset offers answers to these questions and many more.