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(bō-vā′, -vĕt′), Daniel 1907-1992.
Swiss-born Italian physiologist. He won a Nobel Prize 1957 for the development of muscle relaxants and the first synthetic antihistamine.
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In 2014, Pascal Raffy, the owner of Bovet, told specialised Swiss media Europa Star: "Genuine luxury is above all a question of
Il aidera, par ailleurs, le gouvernement a gerer les finances publiques de maniere plus optimale, a assure Bovet.
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A PS30,000 Bovet watch, with diamonds encrusted around the dial, was the most expensive item stolen, along with a new PS10,000 rose gold Rolex.
The Rebels of Horology exhibition will host recent creations by watchmakers such as Bovet, Cabestan, De Bethune, Greubel Forsey, Hautlence, Laurent Ferrier, MB&F, H.
Proving this is the fact that in 1921, and in line with the intellectual concerns that had marked his youth, Piaget started developing research in the field of psychology of religion and values, which was not at all foreign to the educational aims of the Institute and the conceptual concerns of the Director himself, Pierre Bovet, who had a very keen interest in moral and religious philosophy (Vidal, 1987, 283).
21, the nonprofit Artists for Peace and Justice (APJ), together with Bovet 1822 and Italian jewelry brand Vhernier, hosted a private preview for the exhibition "Fierce Creativity" at New York's Pace Gallery.
Ladies appreciate the moon-phase," said Pascal Raffy, who in 2001 bought the Swiss luxury watch brand Bovet Fleurier, which has been making timepieces since 1822.