Daviel

Da·vi·el

(dah-vē-el'),
Jacques, French oculist, 1693-1762. See: Daviel operation, Daviel spoon.
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The court heard that Micquel Daviel France, 24, was allowed to leave Sudbury Prison after entering into a recognisance and went to Machynlleth, Powys.
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Modern cataract surgery, in which the cataractous lens is removed from the eye, was introduced by Jacques Daviel in Paris in 1748.
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In a Stableford competition vice-captain Alwyn M Roberts and I M Jones, won with 73 points, one ahead of Davies and Jones, with Dylan Evans and Daviel Davies third on 71.
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Contract notice: Works rehabilitation 38 stairwells including 756 homes, new construction on the existing 73 units and 17 elevators and facilities outside areas of the real estate group cooler daviel located in paris 13th.