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Marc-Aurèle Caillard Marc-Aurèle Caillard (born 12 May 1994) is a French footballer who plays for Clermont Foot as a goalkeeper.
Marc-Aurèle Caillard Caillard signed with Clermont Foot following the expiration of his Monaco contract in July 2015.
Marc-Aurèle Caillard After being a regular for the reserves, Caillard made his debut for the club in a 2-0 away loss to Reims in Ligue 2. The following season, Monaco won the Ligue 2, where Caillard was an unused substitute in 2 matches.
Ba-ta-clan Jacques Offenbach: "Ba-Ta-Clan", Orchestre Jean-François Paillard, Chorale Philippe Caillard
Hermit's Cave Ref: Recovering the Lost Landscape of Valeri Ricetti: The archaeology of an Individual' Bobby A Caillard, Honours Thesis 2005, University of Sydney
Gustave Rouland One of these, Marie Caillard, recommended requiring each commune to provide a separate girls' primary school, improving the training of both lay and religious teachers and giving them the same pay.
Robert Ellis Dudgeon Dudgeon was twice married, and had a family of two sons and three daughters. Zoë Gertrude, one of the daughters, married John Oakley Maund and then Sir Vincent Henry Penalver Caillard.
International Commission on Occupational Health Presidents: M. De Cristoforis 1906 - 1915, L. Devoto 1915 - 1936, D. Glibert 1936 - 1940, T. Stowell 1948 - 1951, P. Mazell 1951 - 1954, S. Forssman 1954 - 1969, L. Noro 1969 - 1975, E. Vigliani 1975 - 1981, R. Murray 1981 - 1987, S. Hernberg 1987 - 1993, J. F. Caillard 1993 - 2000, B. Knave 2000 - 2003, J. Rantanen 2003 - 2009, K. Kogi 2009–2015, J. Takala 2015–present.
Arthur John McCormack At the end of WW1 he received the O.B.E followed two years later in 1920 with the C.B.E. both for services rendered to industry during the war. The post war chairman of Wolseley Sir Vincent Caillard attributed this to his efforts in transforming the Wolseley works into a war factory.
Wolseley Motors Entering wartime as Britain's largest car manufacturer Wolseley initially contracted to provide cars for staff officers and ambulances. Government soon indicated their plant might be better used for supplies more urgently needed. Postwar the chairman, Sir Vincent Caillard, was able to report Wolseley had provided, quantities are approximate: