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Phi·lip·pe

(fi-lēp'),
Claudien, French pathologist, 1866-1903. See: Philippe triangle.
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We are confident that Louis Philippe with its superior quality and wide range of apparels will satisfy the changing needs of this market," said Rupesh Pandey, Director, RP Group Pvt.
I knew that area (luxury sector) quite well, so when I started Charriol in '83, I did a lot of the promotions myself," Philippe said.
Upon choosing to become part of the Patek Philippe family like his father and grandfather before him, Stern decided to excel and learn this industry starting from the ground up.
England's frontline Test attack endured a chastening first session as Philippe (88) threatened a century before lunch.
Philippe continued north away from Florida on an east-northeast path, packing winds of up to 50 mph.
Philippe joins the firm from Winston & Strawn LLP and has significant experience in all aspects of international arbitration, particularly within the services, oil & gas and transportation sectors.
Deepa Chatrath, Patek Philippe general manager for Southeast Asia, proved this recently when she met with lifestyle journalists to present a selection from the company's 200 ladies' watch models from eight different families or design lines.
That's your grandfather making mayonnaise on a hot summer's day in Melbourne,' says artist Philippe Mora to his son while mixing pink, yellow and white acrylic paint onto board.
Philippe revealed a North East connection made a lifelong impact: "I had a fantastic teacher from Newcastle - Ed Burke "He was a fantastic inspiration on my life.
I learned the tricks from my father, and did some workshops in France," Philippe told The Daily Star, as he pointed to his certificate, hanging on the wall.
ROBERT ZEMECKIS, Oscarwinning director of Forrest Gump, dramatises Philippe Petit's incredible walk along a wire strung between the two towers of the World Trade Center on August 7, 1974.