Cleret

Clé·ret

(klār'-ă),
M. Francois, French physician, 1876-1968. See: Launois-Cléret syndrome.
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Elle vise a augmenter la validite et la qualite des resultats afin d'aboutir a une lecture juste du niveau de la performance atteint par le systeme de sante, et de proposer des recommandations pertinentes susceptibles de l'ameliorer (Bekker 2007; Levesque et Cleret de Langavant 2010).
Burls, Amanda, Lorraine Caron, Ghislaine Cleret de Langavant, Wybo Dondorp, Christa Harstall, Ela Pathak-Senand et Bjorn Hofmann.
HERREROS CLERET DE LANGAVANT, BENITA--Universidad de Cantabria, Espana.
This captivating collection, which was compiled by Miles Cleret, with valuable liner notes in a gorgeous booklet by Roberto Ernesto Gyemant, includes twenty historic tunas recorded by several artists from Discos Fuentes, undoubtedly the most renown Colombia record label.
The wine, which is called Chateau Le Cleret, is a deep, full-bodied red with a fair amount of tannin that needs a couple years to soften," he explains.
Chateau Le Cleret has made us part of the culture in Bergerac.