Synonyms for tetreault or Related words with tetreault

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Examples of "tetreault"
Donald Ornelas Jr. of Agajanian, McFall, Weiss, Tetreault & Crist LLP
Tetreault has been nicknamed ‘The One Who Got Away’ by several media outlets.
Rob Walton traded to Vancouver Blazers for Jean Tetreault, January, 1974.
Gilles Tetreault is the original intended target of convicted murderer, Mark Twitchell.
Tetreault has made several media appearances related to his experience, including:
Scace has been partner, managing partner, and chairman of McCarthy Tetreault, a law firm founded 11 years before Canada attained independence.
Tim Tetreault (born March 14, 1970) is an American nordic combined skier who competed from 1992 to 1998. He finished eighth in the 3 x 10 km team event at the 1992 Winter Olympics in Albertville.
Delia is the name of a Canadian Sister, Delia Tetreault, of Holy Mother Immaculate Mission, who has been sent to Guangdong province of China to do the missionary work in orphanages.
The One Who Got Away: Escape from the Kill Room (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, ISBN 978-1539347736) is a non-fiction book by first time author Gilles Tetreault. The book is a true crime novel based on true events.
Barry Salmon wrote the score. The soundtrack includes Bach’s Prelude to Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major, BWV 1007, performed by Canadian Stephane Tetreault. Thies found the young violinist on YouTube.
The Atkinson-Tetreault Fellowship is available to Masters in Regional Planning students at Cornell University. The award is offered once every two years and includes room and board at the Telluride House, a stipend, and a partial tuition award.
ICA is a non-stock, non-profit elementary and secondary school owned and directed by the Missionary Sisters of the Immaculate Conception, a Canadian-founded congregation of women religious by Delia Tetreault. ICA caters to Chinese Filipino female students.
On October 3, 2008 in Edmonton, Canada, computer company contractor Gilles Tetreault logged onto a dating website, looking for companionship. There he met what he thought was a pretty, young blonde named Sheena. Aspiring film maker Mark Twitchell, lured Tetreault to a rented garage in south Edmonton by posing as a woman on the dating site. Arriving for his 'date', Tetreault was brutally attacked by a man in a hockey mask and after a violent struggle, narrowly escaped with his life. One week later, Johnny Altinger was lured to the same address and attacked in the same manner, only his life ended in what police believe was a ghastly case of life imitating art. Mark Twitchell, the man found guilty of Altinger's murder, was a fan of the hit TV show 'Dexter', a sensationalized depiction of the life of a vigilante serial killer.
On October 3, 2008, computer company contractor Gilles Tetreault logged on to the dating website plentyoffish.com looking for companionship. There he met what he thought was a pretty young blonde named Sheena. Aspiring film maker Mark Twitchell lured Tetreault to a rented garage in south Edmonton by posing as a woman on an online dating site. Arriving for his ‘date’, Tetreault was met and attacked by a man in a hockey mask. After a violent struggle, he escaped, but did not report the attack to police. One week later, Johnny Altinger was lured to the same address and attacked in the same way, only his life ended in what police believed was a ghastly case of life imitating art. Mark Twitchell, the man found guilty of Altinger’s murder, was a fan of the hit T.V show ‘Dexter’, a sensationalized depiction of the life of a vigilante serial killer. In his short film ‘House of Cards’, Twitchell wrote of a male killer luring a cheating husband on the pretense of a date with a woman, forcing personal information from him before stabbing and dismembering the man. During their investigation, homicide detectives seized a diary written by Twitchell that exactly matched the taped interviews Tetreault gave to homicide detectives. As a result, they believe the highly publicized diary is an accurate representation of what actually happened to Mr. Altinger, in gruesome detail.
“Is This the Educational System You Wanted? Feminism and Homeschooling” (2003) with Helen Cordes, Jesse Cordes Selbin, and Zoe Cordes Selbin, in Robin Teske and Mary Ann Tetreault, eds. Partial Truths and the Politics of Community: Feminist Approaches to Social Movements, Community, and Power, Vol. 2.
Although Chief Justice Lamer's consideration of officially induced error was not taken up by the majority of the court, the doctrine was adopted by a number of provincial courts in the subsequent years. In 2006, the Supreme Court of Canada unanimously recognized this doctrine in "Levis (City) v. Tetreault; Levis (City) v 2629-4470 Quebec Inc.", 2006 SCC 12, [2006] 1 SCR 4.
Brandon Rush, Kyle Sears, and Miles Johnson entered LOUDWAR Studios to begin writing for the band's third full-length album in January, 2016. Together with engineer Patrick Tetreault, the band wrote and recorded the full record in-house. Starting in November, 2016, Brandon Rush began on the mixing process for the album. Alone With Me is slated for release in 2017.
The One Who Got Away is a remarkable personal account from the original intended target of convicted murderer, Mark Twitchell. Tetreault recounts his personal journey of the assault, the highly publicized court case, the resulting media fallout, and life as 'The One Who Got Away'.
Founders JC and Esther Tetreault established the brewery in 2013 with its first facility in Fort Point, Boston, Massachusets. In December 2015, the brewery opened a second facility in Canton, Massachusetts. In December 2016, the brewery announced it was building a new location in Fort Point.
Twitchell, convicted of first degree murder in the online luring death of Johnny Altinger, still faced an attempted murder charge for his alleged attack on Gilles Tetreault. Tetreault testified that he was lured off the website PlentyofFish expecting a date with a woman, only to be attacked by a man in a mask with a stun baton when he arrived at a garage rented by Twitchell. He was able to escape with his life. Crown prosecutors had not immediately decided if they would pursue the charge of attempted murder upon securing a conviction of first degree murder since a conviction of attempted murder would not add to the life sentence Twitchell had already received.