AGON


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AGONAncient Games of Nations (gaming)
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Agon went on to share some of the wisdom he's acquired over 39 years working at L'Oreal.
Mr Agon said she "always looked" after the company and its employees and "she has personally contributed greatly to its success for many years".
Agon noted that 2014 was also a year of transformation for L'Oreal, in particular through the acceleration of its digital transformation and strategic acquisitions such as Magic, NYX, Decleor, Carita and Niely, which complement its brand portfolio in key categories and regions of the world.
Maria de Fatima Silva ("The rhetorical agon as dramatic condiment in the Epitrepontes of Menander", pp.
Though she claims at the outset that she is "quite mindful of the problematic temptation to try to tame or soften Nietzsche's ideas about power," her argument about the value-generating and community-building aspects of the agon tends to do just that.
By the time Agon premiered-almost 30 years after Apollo-Balanchine had pioneered the idea of the "plotless" ballet through works such as Serenade, Concerto Barocco, and The Four Temperaments.
The Agon Project, through its Access to Finance programme, assigned us a financial management counsellor, Fructueux Agbo, who has helped us for more than six months to improve the financial management of our association and to develop a business plan.
In the limited edition catalogue that was presented to visitors at the venue artist Jorge Aguilar Agon says, "Only recently, and guided by a natural instinct of discovery, I spent a short time in Muscat.
In adding the title of chairman, Agon will succeed Lindsay Owen-Jones, who will resign to become honorary chairman.
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PARIS -- Even as staffers around the world celebrated the 100th anniversary of the founding of L'Oreal, the dominant beauty supplier on this planet, Jean-Paul Agon, the company's thoughtful and perspicacious chief executive, was busily engaged in planning for the next century, and taking steps to ensure L'Oreal's place in the global world of beauty care of the next 100 years.
So when BRB dancers were working on Agon, Stravinsky Violin Concerto and Symphony in Three Movements, they did so with a Balanchine Trust representative bellowing instructions at them in a relentless search for perfection.