Pinard


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Pi·nard

(pē-nahr'),
Adolphe, French obstetrician, 1844-1934. See: Pinard maneuver.
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We decided it was a good omen for our adventure into the Umpqua National Forest east of Cottage Grove to see three waterfalls - Pinard, Moon and Spirit falls - an outing we had been saving for when the spring run-off was properly gushing.
Robert Pinard, the developer and president/CEO of Pinard Development LLC, is suing for fraud and breach of contract.
Pinard, who has been Executive Director of the NJ Association since 1992.
Ian Pinard, the island's public works minister, told CBS News at least 20 people were dead and more were missing.
Marc Pinard struggled mightily to maintain a poker face during last week's shakedown session -- otherwise known as a City Council subcommittee hearing -- to determine whether Worcester should let a developer make a terrific improvement in a key neighborhood we've been dying to rehabilitate.
Pinard began by showing a great video from the American Association of Railroads (AAR).
After trailing 2-0 at the break at Rhos Aelwyd, Gresford Athletic fought back to earn a draw thanks to goals from Owen Roberts and Rene Pinard.
SGB Packaging Group is the North American Sales Representative for Technicaps Packaging and Pinard Emballages.
Blinded by the light, Jason Pinard goes Manfred Mann with a front rock in Portland, OR.
MAYBE LANCELOT Victor Edward Pinard was foolish to expect his parents to be happy to see him when he returned home for the first time in years in the early 1940s.
The Wrexham visitors, who had Gavin Maloney sent off on the half hour after an outburst of bad language to the referee, picked up one reply from Rene Pinard, after 72 minutes.
Le Pere Pinard at 175 Ludlow Street on the Lower East Side has closed.