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Le Bel

(lĕ-bel'),
Joseph Achille, French chemist, 1847-1930. See: Le Bel-van't Hoff rule.
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Michelle Lebel, director of Boreal's Kapuskasing campus, said the idea of the short program was to gauge whether there was any interest from the community in pursuing careers in agriculture.
In 1898, France adopted its famous Balle D in 8mm Lebel.
Mars Chocolate North America has promoted Timothy LeBel to vice president of sales.
IN 1886, FRANCE ADOPTED one of the most important arms in the history of modern warfare, the Fusile Modele 1886 Lebel.
New evidence to this effect has been unearthed by biomedical engineering researchers Christian Beaulieu and his doctoral student Catherine Lebel, from University of Alberta in Canada.
Individually, Joe Iantosca and Joe Lebel have demonstrated a commitment to the success of our company along with a dedication to our future growth and mission of building long-term shareholder value.
Good cross-merchandising programs focus on solutions for the shopper and the best ones are based on understanding consumer behavior, says Timothy LeBel, vice president of sales, grocery/value/military, for Mars Chocolate North America, based in Hackettstown, N.
One of the most revolutionary cartridge-rifle combinations ever to sail down the milsurp stream is the French Lebel.
HOMEQ Corporation (TSX: HEQ) has said that it has named Gary Samuel as the non-executive chair of the board, replacing Pierre Lebel, who has served as chair of HOMEQ and its predecessor Home Equity Income Trust since 2002.
Regarding flavor trends, according to the National Confectioners Association, consumers aren't choosing between sweet and savory snacks; instead, they're looking for items that combine the two flavors," notes Timothy LeBel, VP of sales-grocery/value/military at the division of McLean, Va.
When notary Lebel sits down with Jeanne and Simon Marwan to read them their mother Nawal's will, the twins are stunned to receive a pair of envelopes: one for the father they thought was dead and another for a brother they didn't know existed.