Tessier

Tes·si·er

(tĕs'yā),
Paul, 20th-century French physician. See: Tessier classification.
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The Welsh Ballroom Championships of 1994 saw Derek Conlon, 28, and Marie Christine Tessier, 25, both from Riverside, Cardiff, awarded first prize.
According to Montgomery State Police, Tyler Tessier, 31-year-old Laura Wallen's boyfriend, will be charged with murder, although the medical examiners are yet to perform an autopsy on the body to determine the exact cause of death, the(http://www.
Tessier has the beautiful high notes required for bel canto excess and prince-charmingly good looks to boot.
The division named Ian Strachan, a 45-year thermoforming veteran, as its Thermoformer of the Year, and bestowed its lifetime achievement award on Noel Tessier, one of the founders of Attleboro, Mass.
Department of National Defence spokeswoman, Dominique Tessier said late Monday the plane was held due to an issue with customs documentation with respect to its cargo.
RIYADH: Hyejin Byoun and Susan Tessier put together a round to remember and scored a historic victory in the Royal Air Maroc Open Golf Tournament 2015 at Dirab Golf & Country Club on Saturday.
Her husband Richard Tessier predeceased her on April 30, 1994.
So he hired landscape architect Mark Tessier to create a front yard that pays homage to his home's architecture, but with an edge.
Carlton Chairman Howard Michaels announced the hiring of David Tessier, a hospitality and gaming industry veteran, to co-head Carlton's Hospitality Group as managing director.
INTRODUCTION: Tessier cleft 3 is a very rare congenital anomaly, (2) especially the bilateral form.
The Tessier siblings and their mother are still actively involved in the French Resistance, but their roles are pulling them in different directions and creating friction at home.
Claude Tessier was named to succeed Poulin as president of IGA.