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- Guillaume A. Brès
- Guillaume A. Brès. Page 1 of 3.
- Bulletin 6: Butte Reclamation Evaluation System (BRES) August 25
- Aug 25, 2010 Butte Reclamation Evaluation System—BRES. Bulletin #6. August 25, 2010.
- langsh~t@.bres~an~n~a. Re: Shake-a-day pools and sports boards, game classifications.
- Production of reactive oxygen species by man-made vitreous ®bres
- MMVF, some of the ®bre types slightly increased the levels of free intracellular MMVF such as glasswool ®bres.
Suggested News Resources
- Heights/Montrose roundup: Mavs eye return to elite
- Junior Kate Bres is the second setter and is known for her precise passing. Bres is joined by junior Courtney Buaas, the libero. Sophomore Caroline Owens has given the Mavericks a lift at right side hitter.
- Councils give Maori seats idea brush-off
- Race relations conciliator Joris de Bres won't be getting his wish – none of South Canterbury's district councils plans to establish a Maori ward in time for the 2013 elections.
- Council's commitment to diversity acknowledged
- The annual award was presented last night at the 2011 New Zealand Diversity Forum function, held at Claudelands, and was presented by the Race Relations Commissioner, Joris de Bres.
- Kiwi racism rife online
- Race Relations Commissioner Joris de Bres agreed that New Zealand was experiencing a rise in online racism. "I think the majority of New Zealanders are positive of race relations but there is an unquantified minority with hateful views.
- Diversity reflected in Koroneihana invitations
- Race Relations Commissioner Joris de Bres says an invitation to a celebration of the Maori King's coronation is a gracious acknowledgement of the diverse communities in New Zealand.
Suggested Web Resources
- Bres - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- In Irish mythology, Bres (aka Eochaid Bres or Eochu Bres; modern spelling: Breas or Eochaidh Breas) was a king of the Tuatha Dé Danann.
- Mar 3, 1997 The Irish-Celtic god of fertility and agriculture. He is the son of Elatha, a prince of the Fomorians, and the goddess Eriu.
- BRES Staff
- Mark Tess, Principal, B.A. Carthage College M.
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