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Phillipe Neyt, commercial director for Corona Direct, says the company had been using the analytics of "common sense," creating spreadsheets to analyze about five to 10 target groups.
Hevelone-Harper's revised Princeton dissertation offers an overview of the voluminous letter collection of Barsanouphis and John (newly published in the Sources Chretiennes series by Francois Neyt, Paula De Angelis-Noah, and Lucien Regnault [Paris: Editions du Cerf, 1997-2002] as nos.
Pois, Francois Neyt e Catherine Vanderharghe escrevem: "(...) [o ferro de Osanyin] mostra um passaro encimando uma coroa com 15 ou 16 passaros menores, tidos como representacao de feiticeiros ou como referencia aos 16 capitulos do sistema de adivinhacao de Ifa, que tambem da origem a uma classificacao das plantas (...)" (observa-se que optamos por verter desse modo o trecho original em frances, embora seja outra a versao em portugues publicada em Neyt e Vanderhaeghe 2000: 78).
Three years ago a new independent board resurrected it and established charitable status and a new identity - NEYT - but forged out of its celebrated traditions.
Ninon Neyt and the company's most impressive male dancer, Pascal Molat, are superb in their reading of Rosseel's disquieting tale.
Leading the way are desks, computer desks, files and hutches from the chain's three major office furniture vendors--Star from Germany, Scanbirk from Denmark, and Neyt from Belgium.
But for two bankers and a financial planner from southern Oregon, these images are propelling them into the "water fight business." Mike Neyt, Bill Bednar, and Dorian Corliss are producing the "Dip Stik" -- a big syringe made out of PVC pipe that can shoot a quart of water 70 feet.
Stef De Lombaerde (iD), (1) Ken Kersemans, (2) Sara Neyt, (1) Jeroen Verhoeven, (1) Christian Vanhove (iD), (3) and Filip De Vos (1)
The 'unflappable' Graham Neyt has 'wide experience of heavy litigation'.
FRANCOIS NEYT, Songye: the formidable statuary of Central Africa.