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(ah-shahrd'),
Ēmile C., French physician, 1860-1941. See: Achard syndrome, Achard-Thiers syndrome.
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Contract notice: Contruction of a body shop and paint for trams and buses to the filing achard in bordeaux - lot # 2: special foundations.
The Duke was presented with a memento of his visit by Martha Cussins, daughter of managing director Jabin Cussins, and Violet Achard, granddaughter of chairman-Peter Cussins.
Hottelart C, El Esper N, Rose F, Achard JM, Fournier A.
For works on these terms, see Meier (1965); Weische (1966); Seager (1972); Hellegouarc'h (1972)2; David (1980); Achard (1981); Pina Polo (1996).
ACHARD (2010): "Emerging models of public-private interplay for European broadband access: Evidence from the Netherlands and Italy", Telecommunications Policy 34(9): 513-527.
ON LOVE: A SELECTION OF WORKS OF HUGH, ADAM, ACHARD, RICHARD, AND GODFREY OF ST.
Achard (a senior scientist at the Joint Research Center, Ispra, Italy) and Hansen (geographical sciences, U.
Edited by ANNE CHAYET, CRISTINA SCHERRER-SCHAUB, FRAKOISE ROBIN, and JEAN-Luc ACHARD.
A Shot in the Dark (1964) quickly exploited the hunger to see more of Clouseau, but instead of putting Clouseau in another caper story, Edwards, along with William Peter Blatty, adapted a stage play in the form of a traditional mystery, originally adapted from a French stage play by Marcel Achard.
Hyperandrogenism and insulin resistance or deficiency was linked to PCOS, as early as 1921, when Achard and Thiers published their classic description of a bearded woman with diabetes (7).