FOCH


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FOCHFriends of Camp Hollis (est. 1999; Oswego, NY)
FOCHFriends of Childrens Hospital (Jackson, MI)
FOCHFilters Out Common Hashes (data processing software)
FOCHFriends of the Central Highlands (Kersey, PA)
FOCHFederación Obrera Chilena (Spanish: Workers Federation of Chile)
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The single official photograph was taken of the opposing factions standing together outside the carriage before Marshal Foch headed back to Paris to report the good news.
With Wilson as subchief of staff at the British headquarters, a close liaison developed between the two armies, and Foch was able to gain Sir John's confidence and persuade him to hold fast.
La llegada en marzo de 1921 al Congreso Nacional de nueve "diputados federados" lleno de esperanzas a la FOCh de que era posible presionar por la aprobacion y promulgacion del proyecto de Codigo del Trabajo del gobierno.
O'Brien said CSX will be responsible for assuming the costs of designing and extending Foch Avenue from its current terminus to the new maintenance building.
Mae'r gragen foch felen ei hun yn un sy'n bwyta cig, a'i bwyd fel arfer ydi cregyn llong (barnacles) a'r cregyn gleision (Mytilus edulis; mussel).
Cars will not be allowed to park on the following streets: Allenby, Foch, Byblos, Weygand, Saifi, above Charles Helou Station, Pasteur, Armenia, Chafaqa, Nicholas Turk, Fouad Boutros, Madrid, Mar Mikhael and Ibrahim Basha.Aa
Foch taught at USC for 40 years and also taught at the American Film Institute.
Foch also agreed and Allied operations became a series of thrusts aimed at breaking the German Drocourt-Queant Line.
Pershing, Commander-in-Chief of American Armies; George Clemenceau, the French Premier; Marshall Ferdinand Foch, the Supreme Allied Commander; General Henri Philippe Petain, Commander-in-Chief of French Armies; and Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, the Commander-in-Chief of British Armies.
Later, France decommissioned the carrier Foch (R 99) and offered her for sale in 1999 when the nuclear-powered Charles de Gaulle came into service.
(Bud Calcul Technique et Scientifique, 25, Rue du Marechal Foch, 78000 Versailles, France)