Duboscq

Du·boscq

(dū-bosk'),
Jules, French optician, 1817-1886. See: Duboscq colorimeter.
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And I started to go to the gym with the European champion of breaststroke, Hugues Duboscq, under the supervision of his own trainer.
Annick Duboscq (Reunion des musees nationaux) arranged for my visit.
Christophe Duboscq, Avis EMEA regional director for the Mediterranean, Middle-East and Ireland, said: "Partnering with Etihad Airways will enable us to deliver a more responsive and cost-effective service, combining efficiency in a way that is specifically tailored to meet each customer's individual needs.
Linking up with a leading airline will enable us to deliver a more responsive and cost-effective service, combining efficiency in a way that is specifically tailored to meet each customer s individual needs, said Christophe Duboscq, Regional Director of Avis EMEA for Mediterranean, Middle-East and Ireland.
Of course, the contributions and impact of Donald Dexter Van Slyke, Stanley Benedict, and Otto Folin are prominently featured, as is the introduction of analysis by color comparison and the Duboscq colorimeter, invented by Jules Duboscq in 1870.
Et pour conclure cette semaine hongroise, Bousquet et Gilot se sont joints a Camille Lacourt et Hugues Duboscq pour remporter le relais 4x100 m 4 nages.
Kris Gilchrist was just outside the medals in the 200m breaststroke which saw France's Hugues Duboscq set a new European record.
91 ahead of Norway's Alexander Oen and France's Hugues Duboscq.
Launching Speedo's LZR Racer were Caitlin McClatchley, James Goddard, Hugues Duboscq, Markus Rogan, Liam Tancock, Thomas Rupprath
Or Noir de Somoza looked all over the winner of the Listed Prix Camille Duboscq until the last 50 yards, when he was passed by Don Preuil.
For example, Peter La Primaudaye and Jacques DuBoscq place conversation at the forefront of female skills emphasizing the sometimes superior reason of women while advocating the education, reading, and mental exercise necessary for intelligent discourse.
1902 The DuBoscq visual colorimeter is first introduced into clinical laboratories.