Charriere

Char·ri·ère

(shahr-ē-ār'),
Joseph F.B., French instrument maker, 1803-1876. See: Charrière scale.
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description of the procurement: Single-use catheter coated for foreign catheterization and self-catheterization charriere 10-16, Latex-free, Dehp-free (all types of plasticizer) and pvc-free, Transparent.
He has wrapped up filming Michael Noer's remake of 'Papillon' with Rami tackling Dustin Hoffman's role, Louis Dega, and Charlie Hunnam in the Steve McQueen part, Henri Charriere.
They rose to the challenge of uniting contemporary choreography and vocal creation based on an original score -- by Caroline Charriere -- around the fundamental role that breath represents for both modes of expression, i.
Which film sees Henri Charriere repeatedly try to escape from prison?
Etienne Chambaud, Julian Charriere, Nick Devereux, Cyprien Gaillard, Adrien
In: Das Numen (Julian Charriere, Andreas Greiner, Markus Hoffmann and Felix Kiessling, eds.
La historia fue tomada del libro homonimo escrito por el propio Charriere.
According to Eugenie Charriere, the aliphatic isocyanates marketing and sales director for Europe, Middle East & Africa, Vencorex has long-term strategic ambitions that include enhancing its commercial presence in Eastern Europe.
7) La subcomision tercera de la comision mixta, que fue la encargada de la revision del capitulo sobre el Antiguo Testamento, estaba formada por Meyer y Lefebvre (copresidentes), Charriere, Barbado Viejo, Scherer y Gut (miembros), Ahem, Baum, Castellino y Smulders (peritos) y Kerrigan (secretario).
35pm) PETTY criminal Henri Charriere (aka Papillon) is wrongly convicted of murder and shipped o to the notorious Devil's Island.
Steve McQueen is petty criminal Henri Charriere (aka Papillon), wrongly convicted of murder and shipped o to Devil's Island, a former leper colony that has been transformed into a prison, from which Papillon vows to escape McQueen is excellent in the title role as is Dustin Homan in a supporting role.
Petty criminal Henri Charriere (aka Papillon) is wrongly convicted of murder and shipped offto the notorious Devil's Island, a former leper colony that has been transformed into France's toughest maximum-security prison.