Chenais

Che·nais

(shĕ-nā'),
Louis J., French physician, 1872-1950. See: Cestan-Chenais syndrome.
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Bounaadja L, Albert D, Chenais B, Henault S, Zygmunt MS, Poliak S, et al.
The ferry operator said it would transport Mr Chenais across the English Channel on it vessel after Eurostar said he posed a safety risk.
p&O Ferries said it would transport Kevin Chenais, 22, across the English Channel on its Spirit of Britain vessel after Eurostar said he posed a safety risk.
Kevin Chenais, 22, was visiting Chicago for medical treatment after a hormone disorder led him to balloon to 500lbs.
She went on to marry Patrick De La Chenais in 1993, but it ended in divorce six years later.
Chenais B, Derjuga A, Massrieh W, Red-Horse K, Bellingard V, Fisher SJ, et al.
Para Chenais (1996), o trabalho humano, frente à mundialização do capital, é mais do que nunca uma mercadoria, como retratado por Marx, e que teve seu valor de venda desvalorizado, dentre outros fatores, pelo avanço tecnológico.
Stanislas Chenais concluded: "The group's 210 professionals in 16 countries make up an impressive team that is now being made even stronger with a new leader.
LeMoullec JM, Jullienne A, Chenais J, Lasmoles F, Guliana JM, Milhaud G, Moukhtar MS.
An example of similar thinking in France is provided in the work of French sociologists Chenais and Vallin (1981) who attribute the increase of suicide among women in industrial countries since the Second World War to the breakdown of traditional institutions like the family.