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  • Alary: relating to the wings: applied also to the wing muscles of heart.

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  • Alary, _La Tempesta_, by M. Halévy -- the last two works involving what the French call 'creation,' otherwise the production of a part never before represented.

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  • Pierre Beaudoin, President and Chief Executive Officer and Pierre Alary, Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Bombardier Inc. will hold a conference call intended for investors and financial analysts to review the financial results for the third quarter.

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  • The ratio can be reduced by boosting profit or reducing debt such as pension liabilities, "and we are very focused on both of these aspects," Alary said.

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  • A debt-to- ebitda ratio of less than 2.5 times is "consistent with an investment-grade profile," Alary said.

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  • The target for the ratio of adjusted debt to adjusted earnings is less than 2.5 times, down from 4.6 times as of Oct. 31, Chief Financial Officer Pierre Alary said today at an investor presentation in New York.

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  • Regaining an investment grade rating "in itself is a target" for the Montreal-based company, Alary said.

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  • Alary said pension contributions should be stable in 2012.

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  • She did better over 10 furlongs when third in the Prix Saint-Alary next time and stepped up dramatically when running away with the Ribblesdale at Royal Ascot over a mile and a half last time.

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  • The Alary family has farmed the estate since 1692 so it is no surprise that they have nailed these grapes and this wine in every possible respect.

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