Chauffard

Chauf·fard

(shō-fahr'),
Anatole M.E., French physician, 1855-1932. See: Chauffard syndrome, Still-Chauffard syndrome.
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Leathwood PD, Chauffard F, Heck E, Munoz-Box R (1982) Aqueous extract of valerian root (Valeriana officinalis L.
Ce chauffard en etat d'ivresse qui avait ecrase son mari sur le trottoir.
Sa maman fut victime, dans la commune de Bainem, en fevrier 2013, d'un chauffard.
Clinical and polysomnographic studies of valerian's ability to alleviate poor sleep in humans are sparse but, nonetheless, have shown encouraging results (Balderer and Borbely, 1985; Leathwood and Chauffard, 1985; Lindahl and Lindwall, 1989; Wagner et al.
Le chauffard ne s'est meme pas arrete preferant prendre lachement la fuite, se disant surement que ce n'etait pas si grave: Ce n'etait qu'un animal
L'air pur, le gazouillis des oiseaux, les rayons de soleil qui traversent les arbres de differentes essences et surtout la liberte de gambaderentre les allees sans se faire renverser par un chauffard font de la foret de Bainem un endroit de predilection pour se detendre.
which has been shown to have significant hypnotic properties and beneficial effects on sleep problems (Balderer and Borbely, 1985; Leathwood and Chauffard, 1985; Lindahl and Lindwall, 1989; Donath et al.
We help the community of Chauffard in South Haiti through health care and education.
Daha sonra Chauffard tarafindan eritrositlerin OD azalmis oldugu gosterilmistir (7).
Pasquier has since claimed he merely said wee Johnny had driven like un chauffard - a reckless driver - which sounds more like a Dick Emery-inspired line.
Chauffard could not accept denial of the legitimate claims of a single woman to earn a living.

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