Synonyms for bourquin or Related words with bourquin


Examples of "bourquin"
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The species is named in honour of Fernando Bourquin.
Bourquin was born at Saint-Féliu-d'Amont, Pyrenees-Orientales. He was elected Mayor of Millas in 1995, holding the post until 2001. Bourquin died of cancer, aged 59, at Montpellier, Hérault.
George M. Bourquin (June 24, 1863 – November 15, 1958) was a United States federal judge.
Arabesque – by Ben Wittner, Sascha Thoma, Nicholas Bourquin – Gestalten, Berlin, Germany – 2008
Bourquin had treacherously deserted his former friend General Perron and now commanded 18 battalions of the latter's troops"
In November 2014, 20-year veteran sports host Sam Bourquin ended his relationship with the station, after an announcement on and, on WHBCs page, after the station attempted to move Bourquin to a slot in WHBC's morning show, where former Sports Director Jim Johnson had spent the bulk of his career before he retired.
Marie-Thérèse Bourquin was born in Neuilly-sur-Seine, France, on 7 March 1916. During the First World War her family, from Tournai, were refugees in France, where her father, Maurice Bourquin, worked for the Belgian government-in-exile. He had earlier been legal counsel to Minister of State Paul Hymans.
Martial Bourquin (born 23 July 1952) is a member of the Senate of France, representing the Doubs department. He is a member of the Socialist Party.
The chairman of" 'General Council of Pyrénées-Orientales"' is Christian Bourquin (PS) re-elected consecutively since 1998. He is the head of the executive.
Hans Bourquin (16 October 1914 – 1998) was a Swiss rowing coxswain who won the gold medal in the coxed pairs at the 1928 Summer Olympics, aged 13.
Marie-Thérèse Bourquin (born 7 March 1916) was a Belgian lawyer and the first female member of the Belgian Council of State.
In 1938 Billado married Ruth Bourquin (April 6, 1908 – March 13, 2005). They had three children: Francis William, Barrie Lynne (Cohen), and Virginia Helen (Farrell).
On February 13, 1912, Bourquin was nominated by President William H. Taft to a seat on the United States District Court for the District of Montana vacated by Carl Rasch. Bourquin was confirmed by the United States Senate on March 8, 1912, and received his commission the same day. He assumed senior status on March 9, 1934, serving in that capacity until his death, in 1958.
The Battle of Delhi took place on 11 September 1803 during the Second Anglo-Maratha War, between British troops under General Lake, and Marathas of Scindia's army under General Louis Bourquin and Wable Sardar.
Bourquin, C., Stiefel, F., Schmid Mast, M., Bonvin, R., & Berney, A. (2015). Well, you have hepatic metastases: Use of technical language by medical students in simulated patient interviews. Patient Education and Counseling, 98(3), 323-330.
Mill Lake is located in central Abbotsford, bordered to the south by Bevan Avenue, to the east by Ware Street, to the north by Mill Lake Road and Bourquin Crescent, and to the west by Emerson Street and Gladwin Road.
Baiynd was interviewed as one of the "World's Most Successful Traders" by Tim Bourquin and Nicholas Mango in their book "Traders at Work: How the World's Most Successful Traders Make Their Living in the Markets".
Christian Bourquin (; 7 October 1954 – 26 August 2014) was a French politician, a member of the Socialist Party. He was the president of the Regional Council of Languedoc-Roussillon from 2010.
The airport is serviced by Central Fraser Valley Route 21, which connect Aldergrove and Abbotsford with Bourquin Exchange in Abbotsford. Airport bus services on these routes are limited on peak hours.