Synonyms for coulombe or Related words with coulombe

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Examples of "coulombe"
Coulombe is a registered members of the Constitution Party.
Coulombe was named to the Order of Quebec in June 2007. The following year, Luc Bernier contributed a chapter entitled, "Leadership and Province Building: Guy Coulombe in Quebec" to book, "Searching for leadership: secretaries to cabinet in Canada". Bernier credited Coulombe with "institut[ing] order in chaotic organizational structures."
1967 Micheline Coulombe Saint-Marcoux, composition; Jacques Larocque, saxophone
Carmen Coulombe (1946 – January 24, 2008) was a Canadian artist.
Coulombe was appointed as city manager for Montreal in late 1999 and served until early 2003. Considered close to Quebec premier Lucien Bouchard, Coulombe helped ensure the amalgamation of Montreal with its suburban communities on a strong central governance model.
Rhode Island's Tom Coulombe and Xavier's Bobby Freking, both chosen in 2009, were second-time selections.
Charles A. Coulombe (born 8 November 1960) is an American Catholic author and lecturer.
His pupils included Suzanne Chaigneau, Clotilde Coulombe, Sophie Carmen Eckhardt-Gramatté, Yvonne Hubert, Eugeniusz Morawski, and Robert Soetens.
In 2004, Coulombe was appointed by the Quebec government to chair a commission on the management of the province's public forests. The commission concluded that the forests were over-harvested, recommended a 20 per cent cut in production, and argued for a more ecologically sound and decentralized approach. The Quebec government subsequently introduced sector cuts slightly larger than those recommended by Coulombe.
Guy Coulombe, (June 15, 1936 – June 22, 2011) was a senior public servant in the Canadian province of Quebec. At various times the leader of Hydro-Quebec and the Sûreté du Québec and the general manager of Montreal, Coulombe was described as Quebec's "go-to mandarin on tough issues."
After a decade of refining his strategy in a competitive environment, Coulombe renamed his venture from Pronto Markets to Trader Joe's in Pasadena in 1967. He led the chain to success and sold it to German billionaire Theo Albrecht in 1979. Coulombe continued with Trader Joe's as chief executive until retiring in 1988.
Coulombe left Hydro-Quebec in April 1988, at around the same time that Premier Bourassa introduced his plans for the massive Great Whale Hydro Project in northern Quebec to provide energy for New York State. Rumours had previously circulated that Coulombe was unhappy working under Bourassa.
He started his career at Rexall. In 1958, he was asked to test the launch of Pronto Markets, a store brand to compete against 7-Eleven. After running six Pronto Markets in the Los Angeles area, Rexall asked Coulombe to close them down. Coulombe decided to buy them out instead.
Trader Joe's is named after its founder, Joe Coulombe. The chain began in 1958 as a Greater Los Angeles area chain of "Pronto Market" convenience stores. The original Pronto Markets were so similar to 7-Eleven that Coulombe felt the competition with 7-Eleven would be ruinous.
Coulombe was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 17th round of the 2008 Major League Baseball Draft but did not sign. He chose to attend the University of Southern California on scholarship. Coach Chad Kreuter said he expected Coulombe to be a "premier pitcher at USC." However, he only appeared in four games as a freshman (making one start) and was 0–1 with a 13.50 ERA. Coulombe claimed that he was not healthy that season and it was affecting his mechanics.
René Lévesque appointed Coulombe as president and chief executive officer of Hydro-Quebec in late 1981, with a term beginning on January 15, 1982. In September 1982, Coulombe introduced a significant restructuring program for Hydro-Quebec's upper management. He released a revised capital spending program shortly thereafter, indicating that the agency would avoid significant new projects over the next five to six years due to a recession and reduced demand. Hydro-Quebec posted a forty-three per cent profit increase for 1982, despite a drop in consumption. Coulombe introduced another revised plan in 1983 that further downgraded capital spending in light of ongoing difficulties selling surplus energy to neighbouring markets.
GEMS WITH AN EDGE Solo piano music by Michel-Georges Brégent and Micheline Coulombe Saint Marcoux (Canadian), and Olivier Messiaen, Pierre Boulez and Mario Davidovsky on Welspringe Records
Marcotte competed with Isabelle Coulombe early in his pairs career. They won the bronze medal at the 1993 World Junior Championships.
Coulombe-Fortier is also a one time Pan American Championship Champion and has also won numerous medals in world cup events across the globe.
Patrick Coulombe (born April 23, 1985) is a Canadian professional ice hockey defenceman who currently plays for Dragons de Rouen of the French Ligue Magnus.