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...Georgia Institute of Technology: Landon Bailie; Symphony Baity; Matthew Baxter; Brooke Beaulieu; Allen Braswell; Christopher Burns; Ethan Butler; Devon Clymer; Juan Colon-Olivieri; Yutong DongAlso, Samuel Elia; Daniel Flannery; Carolyn Granade...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2013-07-23/milestones
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...Technology for the Fall 2012 semester: Landon Bailie; Mitchel Banks; Matthew Baxter; Brooke Beaulieu; Austin Bryan; Christopher Burns; Brandon Byers; Stephanie Chang; Rebecca Copeland; Connor Crowley; Tae Cruz; and Nathan Damen.Also...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2013-01-22/milestones
Festival gives public look inside Paris' art studios

PARIS -- In the winding back streets near Pere Lachaise Cemetery, where Frederic Chopin and Jim Morrison lie, artists still toil away in creaky, crumbling workshops hidden from the hustle and bustle. But there's a chance to get a glimpse of Paris' inner art world. Painters, sculptors, photographers and anyone even posing as an artist throw open their "ateliers," or studios, to the public once a year. In this city of 2 million, an estimated 10,000 artists are working out of 3,000 ateliers, according to artotal.com, a Web site on the art world in France.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/10/18/ent_242226.shtml
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France backs terminal care, not euthanasia

PARIS -- Revelations that a French nurse helped 30 elderly patients die sparked a debate Monday over the use of advanced medical technology for terminally ill patients. Health Minister Bernard Kouchner expressed sympathy for the nurse and said doctors shouldn't prolong patients' lives against their will. However, he called active euthanasia "a barbaric word." A spokesman for the Roman Catholic church in France said a "legal vacuum" existed in the country and urged a clarification on how doctors and nurses should care for the terminally ill.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/07/28/tec_234519.shtml
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Countryfolk, kids lean to micromotoring

LES HERBIERS, France -- For countryfolk without driver's licenses and chic Parisian teens who don't want to be chauffeured by their parents, a tiny new car is proving a boon. At first sight, it's as cute as a bug and not much bigger. The two-seat Microcar can't be -- in order to stay under the weight and speed limits set for "voiturettes" and "quadricycles." Owners don't seem to mind it's like riding atop a lawnmower. They like the legal loophole: You don't need a driver's license for "micros" in several European countries.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/06/16/tec_231057.shtml
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Newsmakers

...Andrew Meloan and Harold Rivner , all of Augusta, and Gloria Sayer , of Hephzibah. Dean's list -- William Boll, Christopher Burns, Samuel Elia, Vincent Guobaitis, Emily Horne, Justine Lewis and Michael Mecredy , all of Augusta. Andrew Pak...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2009/02/12/ric_510953.shtml
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Mighty tug

Second-grade pupils Luke Johnson (from left), Christopher Burns and Michael Clark compete in a tug of war during Blue Ridge Elementary School's field day. The games will continue today for all grade levels.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/04/30/met_227091.shtml
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Legendary undersea explorer Jacques Cousteau dies

PARIS (AP) - He shared his undersea adventures with millions of TV viewers worldwide, revealing the enchanting, hidden life that lay beneath the waves. Jacques Cousteau died Wednesday at 87, having left his mark on generations. Cousteau invoked the heavens to explain his connection to the sea. "When you dive," he once said, "you begin to feel that you're an angel. It's a liberation of your weight." Cousteau's foundation referred to one of his most noted documentaries in announcing his death. "Jacques-Yves Cousteau has rejoined the Silent World," it said in a statement.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/06/26/ent_210431.shtml
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Legendary undersea explorer Jacques Cousteau dies

PARIS (AP) - He shared his undersea adventures with millions of TV viewers worldwide, revealing the enchanting, hidden life that lay beneath the waves. Jacques Cousteau died Wednesday at 87, having left his mark on generations. Cousteau invoked the heavens to explain his connection to the sea. "When you dive," he once said, "you begin to feel that you're an angel. It's a liberation of your weight." Cousteau's foundation referred to one of his most noted documentaries in announcing his death. "Jacques-Yves Cousteau has rejoined the Silent World," it said in a statement.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/06/26/ent_210435.shtml
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Rachel Michelle Culpepper-Hickey - Christopher Burns Conley

...Martinez, Ga. are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Rachel Michelle Culpepper-Hickey, to Christopher Burns Conley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Derel Conley (Beverly Weiss) of Austin, Texas. The wedding is planned for 4 p...

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