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  • Key to the 52-year-old engineer's plan is building closer ties with EDF, reducing Areva's debt via divestitures and looking to appease the company's biggest shareholder, the French state, which directly and indirectly holds 87% of Areva.

    At Areva, New CEO Confronts a Delicate Job

  • GM executives liked his engineer's knowledge and his swagger—he once gave a detailed presentation about 17 GM car models without consulting notes.

    Engineer Ran GM in Dark Early '90s

  • "That would mean the additional expense of an engineer's wages," he objected.

    Chapter 15

  • Being an engineer, with an engineer's mind, there are too many metaphorical hills and valleys yet to cross before I'll be impressed.

    Attached to Strings

  • Besides, if you weren't so mediaeval, I could be skipper and save more than the engineer's wages.

    Chapter 15

  • By midnight the engineer's lungs and head had been sufficiently cleared of gas fumes to let him relieve Grief, who went on deck to get his own head and lungs clear.

    THE PEARLS OF PARLAY

  • Jacob Welse noted this trait with appreciation, and he sounded the mining engineer's praises continually.

    CHAPTER 13

  • In the engineer's booth at Rudy Van Gelder's recording studio, where I recorded, I typically stood with my left ear close to the monitor speaker.

    The Man Behind All That Jazz

  • A very nice young man, of whom no maid's mother need ever be in trepidation; a very strong young man, whose substance had not been wasted in riotous living; a very learned young man, with a Freiberg mining engineer's diploma and a B.A. sheepskin from Yale; and, lastly,

    CHAPTER 7

  • An architect's and engineer's report that's been paid for by the Committee to Save

    Francine Ryan: Why Save St. Paul's School?

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