Bourgery

Bour·ge·ry

(bū-zhĕ-rē'),
Marc-Jean, French anatomist and surgeon, 1797-1849. See: Bourgery ligament.
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Bourgery JM Traite complet d' anatomic de I'homme, comprenant la medicine operatoire, avec planches lithographiees d' apres nature par NH Jacob.
BOURGERY, Lucain, La guerre civile (La Pharsale), Tome I (livres I-V), Paris, Les Belles Lettres, 19765.
Bourgery died at his home in White River Junction, Vt.
Where the Abrams book serves as a handy guide to possible journeys through the art of anatomy, the Taschen publication is the Grand Tour itself Its 714 pages contain all the plates from the eight volumes produced by French anatomist Jean Baptiste Marc Bourgery (1797-1849) and his primary artistic accomplice, Nicolas Henri Jacob (1782-1871).
Fantham refers to Bourgery for this interpretation, but in the Bude Bourgery takes sollicitant in the sense |wins over' or |appeals to' and the object of the verb to be |us' (|nous sollicitent') in a general sense (see his note, ad loc.
Loretta was born in Blackstone, MA, the daughter of Jules and Bertha Bourgery.
Lowe notched the record assist in the second half, breaking the mark set in 1991 by Lisa Bourgery.
Marie Bourgery, of Blackstone, was inducted into the Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society at the Charlton College of Business at the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth.
Other key contributors are juniors Rachel Casey-Chase, Kayla Trombino, Sarah Collins, Melissa Burdick, Caitlin Carrington, Jaime Bourgery and Casey Stone, along with freshman Alana Thirsk.
Sophomore catcher Jaime Bourgery had a 4-for-4 day with a double and two RBIs for Valley Tech, which collected 19 hits.
Adam Bourgery, Blackstone-Millville; Dan Bresciani, Kevin Espanet, Joe Mantoni (Player of the Year), Alex Posch, Hopedale; Brandon Coffey, Josh Manning (Pitcher of the Year), Jon Wood, Nipmuc; Brandon Stand, Douglas
Through 11 baseball games, Adam Bourgery was batting .