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Bor·rel

(bō-rel'),
Amédée, French bacteriologist, 1867-1936. See: Borrel blue stain.
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The A-type inclusions, also known as Downie bodies (cowpox), Marchal body (ectromelia), and Borrel body (fowlpox), occurred in only a few poxvirus infections.
Wonde wat nie genees nie, word geassosieer met bloed wat bloei (vloei) en liefde wat borrel.
Agenor de Gasparin, Emilien Frossard, Abraham Borrel, and Frederic and Adolphe Monod were some of their greatest exponents.
The surrounding text does not say from how many statistical trials, or by what rules, Borrel selected the final sixteen; the variability of predictors included in different equations, the absence of obvious multicollinearity, among predictors, comforting proximity to the desired value of 2.
Well-Told Fable Prize: Rosette Directed by: Romain Borrel, Ga[R]l Falzowski, Benjamin Rabaste, and Vincent Tonelli, Supinfocom Arles; France
Without the continued support of Pedro Borrel, Wilfredo Feliz, Francis Soto and the professional staff at the Ministry, these priceless artifacts and historical pieces would be lost forever.
Named after French bacteriologist Amedee Borrel (1867-1936) in 1907, Borrelia is a genus of bacteria, family Spirochaetaceae, made up of gram-negative, irregularly coiled helical cells that surround a central fibrillar substance.
The 25-year-old Spider-Man actress is on a whirlwind tour of the biggest festivals with new boyfriend Johnny Borrel from Razorlight.
guitarist Bjorn Agren (left) with frontman Johnny Borrel, drummer Andy Burrows and bassist Carl Dalemo.
Roger Thayne was brought in as interim chief executive of the Welsh Ambulance Trust following a shake-up in which the trust's director of operations John Borrel resigned on health grounds.
WELL TOLD FABLE (WTF) PRIZE Rosette Directed by: Romain Borrel, Ga[R]l Falzowski, Benjamin Rabaste, and Vincent Tonelli, Supinfocom Arles; France