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  • Colbert, Dnop, Travers, and Blancard were disabled, on the side of the

    Les Miserables

  • In France, the most senior energy official was Jean Blancard, an engineer and member of the elite Corps des Mines with long experience in the oil industry.

    The Prize

  • In early 1974, even as Paris was trying to pursue its conciliatory bilateral policies toward the oil producers, Blancard was arguing to President Georges Pompidou, The period from here on will be quite different—a transformation, not a crisis….

    The Prize

  • Blancard found a very receptive audience for his ideas in Pompidou, who, in early 1974, convened a meeting of his senior advisers.

    The Prize

  • I have not seen any less trust in Mexico than in our U.S. operations, says Saint-Blancard.

    Walking The Walk

  • According to Rick Saint-Blancard, Director of South District for FedEx in Mexico, the company relies heavily on employee trust.

    Walking The Walk

  • Blancard, the Ephemerides, Sorbalt, and Vallisneri 9.7 speak of urination by the mouth.

    Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine

  • Blancard 9.19 records an instance of preternatural exit of semen by the bowel.

    Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine

  • Muys, Bonnet, Blancard, Schenck, Sennert, Fantoni, and Godefroy record instances in which, after rupture of the diaphragm, the viscera have been found in the thorax; there are many modern cases on record.

    Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine

  • Blancard records an instance of preternatural exit of semen by the bowel.

    Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine

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