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A set line denoting the extremities of a country, government, legal jurisdiction or property. Borders for governments or jurisdictions are agreed between parties or set by a higher authority. Borders between properties are set by a government or the original owner. An owner of property sometimes may subdivide and sell pieces, thereby creating new borders within his old property.
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Bordes also hailed the return of security robots to the floor.
Edward Dabrowski has joined the company as chief financial officer and senior vice president and Michael Bordes has joined as vice president and general manager of the EFS Mobile Services group.
Promising beginning: French import Utopie Des Bordes leads over the final flight in the 2m1/2f mares' novice hurdle, her first outing in Britain
Affilicon has read the map, identified the top emerging affiliate marketing markets and demonstrated dedication, professionalism and ability to cover this need," says Peter Bordes.
Bordes, doctor of naturopathy, licensed acupuncturist and diplomate in acupuncture, has been recognized by Cambridge Who's Who for excellence in the practice of naturopathy and Oriental medicine.
Bordes was spotted with divorced Moran at a shoot in the West Country - and not as his, er, beater.
com, +44(0)78-0350-2318, or Constance Bordes, IBM Media Relations, France, constance-bordes@fr.
Bordes, CEO of the Orlando-based Bordes Group, a specialist in this discipline must have product knowledge and insight into technology applications and must fully understand the concept of enhancement of any program through the integration of equipment, personnel, and procedures.
We learn that Francois Bordes may have been partly to blame for the craze about extraterrestrial causes, since, as novelist, he published a story about how an alien landed among Neanderthalers and arranged (no sex) for the development of a sapiens sapiens mutant.
Bordes stated, "We are excited and pleased that RoomLinX, a leading provider of Wi-Fi network services, has agreed to a merger, providing Arc and its shareholders with access to a market that is experiencing exploding growth, one estimated to grow to a multi-billion dollar industry over the next few years.
I am proud to accept it on behalf of the Bordes family and the outstanding women and men who have made Greater Media the outstanding company it is today.
Bordes also explained how the Sunoco communications center keeps in touch with company convenience stores.