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  • The Vatican has deemed that what it calls Normand's otherwise inexplicable cure after she and her fellow nuns prayed to the dead pope was due to John Paul's intercession with God to perform a miracle, thus permitting the beatification to go ahead.

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  • Left, Gilles Normand, the company's vice president for Africa, Middle East and India, posed with the car in Mumbai on Sept. 20.

    Car Launches in India

  • John Normand , head of foreign-exchange strategy at J.P. Morgan Chase , said in a Dec. 7 report that a breakup "involves mutually assured economic depression for the region."

    All Clear in Europe Now? Don't Bet on It

  • "The global economy is so fragile now and this European sovereign crisis is so systemic, that essentially all currencies turn on the outcome for Europe," said John Normand , currency strategist at J.P. Morgan.

    Against Euro and Yen, Dollar Defied Reality

  • That dynamic holds the key to how the currency markets will behave in 2012, says J.P. Morgan's Mr. Normand.

    Against Euro and Yen, Dollar Defied Reality

  • Mr. Normand expects that over the course of 2012, sentiment will likely move "to something slightly more stable" and in that environment, the dollar would soften.

    Against Euro and Yen, Dollar Defied Reality

  • Photos: Gourmet Exposé Vasco Célio/Stills Chef Normand Laprise The 6th Annual International Gourmet Festival, a 10-day cooking event featuring 33 Michelin-starred chefs from a dozen countries, wrapped up late last month in Albufeira, Portugal.

    Best of the Food Fest

  • Drivers need to practice to improve, and feedback from a qualified instructor can help, says Normand Teasdale , a professor at the University Laval in Quebec, who studies driving patterns among seniors.

    Fate of Flood-Insurance Program Still Murky

  • John Normand, currency strategist at J.P. Morgan, sees little likelihood of a coordinated effort to allow an appreciation of emerging-market currencies including the Chinese yuan against the dollar.

    Boom in Emerging Markets Has Some Fearing Backlash

  • William Desmond Taylor was a director for Famous Players, the most prestigious studio of the time, and actress Mabel Normand was the last person to see him alive.

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