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  • This is a title Perrin did not take on for himself, as he credits the police, social service workers and the victims themselves as heroes.

    Winnipeg Sun

  • Today, the wine is made by former Richemont Chief Executive Alain Perrin, who has caused a number of ripples since he bought into the province.

    Building a Wine Empire

  • However, host and fellow-panellist, Benjamin Perrin, Assistant Professor at UBC Law and Faculty Associate at the Liu Institute, said that because the 1951 Convention only addresses the criminalisation of the entry, “it does not preclude countries from exercising detention where the identities of the individuals are uncertain or there are undetermined security risks.”

    The Ocean Lady: Rethinking “Illegal” Migration in Canada : Law is Cool

  • As far as Perrin is concerned, St. Louis 'biggest assist came in 2003 when the star forward suggested to general manager Jay Feaster that the Lightning sign Perrin, who was playing in Finland.

    USATODAY.com - Hockey - Tampa Bay vs. N.Y. Islanders

  • Perrin is responsible for public affairs, keeps tabs on the legislative environment, maintains ties with governmental and nongovernmental organizations, and oversees the development and monitoring of Zero-Knowledge's overall privacy policy.

    The Reinvention of Privacy

  • Occasionally he would come to consciousness with the name of Perrin on his lips.

    UNIFICATION

  • She calls Perrin {361} to fetch her cousins, and charges him to let Cesar know, that he can hear her sing in the gardens.

    The Standard Operaglass Detailed Plots of One Hundred and Fifty-one Celebrated Operas

  • The only name Perrin could give that smell, steel-hard and blade-sharp and quivering with wild intensity, was madness.

    The Path of Daggers

  • The man's face became a bland mask, yet dark eyes flickered between Rand and Alanna, and the only name Perrin could put to the scent that writhed in his nose was

    A Crown of Swords

  • His wife-to-be is a woman called Perrin Balon, who is a nurse for a home visits social care company outside Liege and who paid the bills on the warehouse where the cleaner's body was found.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

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