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De·bré

(dĕ-brā'),
Robert, French pediatrician and infectious disease specialist, 1882-1978. See: Debré phenomenon, Debré-Sémélaigne syndrome, Kocher-Debré-Sémélaigne syndrome.
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Dare I say that he could have given maybe a bit more," Debre, told iTele.
In Debre Berhan, for example, there are 85,000 residents.
Chalice Gold Mines (ASX:CHN) reports further high-grade gold intercepts from the Koka South and Debre Konate prospects, located immediately south of the flagship Koka Gold Deposit at its Zara Project in northern Eritrea.
Political rival Michel Debre claimed: "It's not the first time he was involved in this kind of actions at the Sofitel.
Without providing proof, conservative lawmaker Michel Debre alleged that the potential French Socialist presidential candidate had victimized several maids at the Sofitel hotel.
Damascus, (SANA) -- Minister of Higher Education, Ghiath Barakat, on Monday discussed with a delegation from Robert Debre Hospital in Paris signing a memo of understanding on training medical and nursing cadres, in addition to procedures required to open the Bone Marrow Transplant Unit at Children Hospital.
Summary: Rabat - Speaker of the House of Representatives, Abdelwahed Radi, held, on Wednesday in Rabat, talks with president of the French Constitutional Council, Jean-Louis Debre, on ways of strengthening cooperation between the two legislative institutions.
Their children and their spouses are Norleigh and Debre Alford of Pasco, Wash.
The prime minister, Michel Debre, was sent to Algiers, but the rebels treated him contemptuously, and he flew back empty handed.
Later he opened the upscale Kuriftu Resort and Spa in Debre Zeit.
During the year prior to employment at Southwest, Walker served as a trainer for college teachers at Debre Birhan University in central Ethiopia.
AoAfter a long inquiry, investigating magistrate Xaviere Simeoni recommended a trial for Chirac, accusing him of putting 21 ghost employees on the payroll, including Jean de Gaulle, the grandson of Charles de Gaulle, and Francois Debre, whose brother heads FranceAAEs august Constitutional Court.