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Mar·chant

(mahr'shŏn[h]'),
Gérard T.J., French surgeon, 1850-1903. See: Marchant zone.
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Instead, in comes Marchant who has been training with England for much of the summer and has been a part of the second camp in Treviso, north-east Italy.
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Opening doors The Marchant family who run Clonhie Farm
However yesterday, returning to court to deliver their ruling, three judges rejected Marchant's appeal.
Harlequins centre Joe Marchant scores his amazing try during their heartbreaking Gallagher Premiership defeat against Saracens at Twickenham Stoop
The township's community development department indicated that the variances for Springetts Retreat -- which was originally submitted as Triplet Springs -- were granted in 2007, said Marchant. The project, he said, was put on hold due to the economy at the time and only more recently received approval from the zoning hearing board.
There were plenty of teary-eyes among the staff that day and we've made a copy of the footage for Mr Marchant to watch any time he likes from home."
Mr Marchant felt that he became the subject of gossip at work and lost confidence in his ability to perform his duties.
In the Marchant case, two of three woman attempted to speak out about the harassment, only to be met with roadblocks.
Marchant's splendidly atmospheric performance of Ronald Stevenson's Peter Grimes Fantasy (1971) is the highlight of a disc.
Marchant has a toe injury and Hill has an ongoing neck problem.