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“One to lay your head in: a motor yacht formerly called the Guillemot has been done up by the”
“-- The name "Guillemot" is derived from the French word”
“Remember when Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot was telling everybody to start getting ready for new hardware, at a time when everyone else -- analysts and people like EA boss John Riccitiello -- were saying to hang in for a long console cycle?”
“It will be a completely different experience," Mr. Guillemot said.”
“Yves Guillemot , chief executive of French game maker Ubisoft Entertainment SA, believes the new console will help his developers strive to make innovative new games.”
“Elies, who is also complaining of chest pains and is confined to his bunk, is in radio contact with Guillemot and his condition is described as stable.”
“Guillemin, the local-looking Gilliam is simply Guillaume, and Wilmot corresponds to Fr. Guillemot.”
“Bays without end, sprinkled with rocky islands of all shapes and sizes, where in every fissure a Guillemot, a Cormorant, or some other wild bird retreats to secure its egg, and raise its young, or save itself from the hunter's pursuit.”
“Guillemot, Paris, 1585; a solitary Rose-flower was the simple and effective mark of Jean Dallier, Paris, 1545; and a flowering branch of the same tree is one of the items on the charming little Mark on the opposite page of Mathurin Breuille, Paris.”
“The Loom, or Brünnich's Guillemot (_Uria Brünnichii_, Sabine), drawn by ditto”
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