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  • Filling my water bottle at a tributary spring near by reminds me of Grard Depardieu in Jean de Florette.

    Wildwood

  • Her sentiment echoes that of Charles Grard, who in 1862s LAncienne Alsace table wrote: The goose is nothing, but man has made of it an instrument for the output of a marvelous product, a kind of living hothouse in which there grows the supreme fruit of gastronomy.

    The Foie Gras Wars

  • Jean-Michel Faure, Daniel Gumen, Grard Guy, Is there avoidance of the force feeding procedure in ducks and geese?

    The Foie Gras Wars

  • On the other hand, M Grard clearly understands more economics than the people who set the rules in France and the EU.

    French truckers on the move again ... or not

  • Madrid, and to Mr.G. [Grard] than was approved by the former.

    John Adams diary 35, 26 October - 17 November 1782

  • The newspaper's employee union negotiated a settlement for Grard, but he has not accepted it.

    Daily News

  • Grard, an 18-year veteran of the Morning Sentinel in Waterville, was fired shortly after the management at parent company MaineToday Media found out about the e-mail.

    Daily News

  • Cam says: "Grard told HRC that, as a Christian, he took offense to it .."

    Queerty

  • Although CNA asked Thomas for the original HRC statement that Grard responded to, Thomas did not provide it.

    Catholic Fire

  • Grard said he's "absolutely" certain his termination had a political undercurrent.

    FOXNews.com

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