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(fūr-nē-ā'),
Jean A., French syphilographer, 1832-1914. See: Fournier disease, Fournier gangrene, syphiloma of Fournier.
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Tell General Fournier he has barely time to evacuate his position, force a way through this crowd, and cross the bridge.
Jean Alfred Fournier, who described the disease in great detail by reporting 5 cases in 1883.
LaJeunesse) Fournier, 91, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, Feb.
MICHEL FOURNIER, Emile Durkheim: A Biography (translated by David Macey).
NEWCASTLE United transfer targets Alexandre Lacazette and Clement Grenier are facing crunch talks with new Lyon boss Hubert Fournier.
To commemorate the new location's opening, The Artist Lounge's founders Wendy Fournier and Wendelin Wilson invite all to a VIP celebration, featuring The Formula Band, light beverages and snacks, and a special edition painting "Starry Night over Grosse Pointe Yacht Club" that will begin at 7:00pm.
LOS ANGELES, June 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The Collegiate Women Sports Awards (CWSA) will present Tufts University softball player, Allyson Fournier, a sophomore pitcher from South Windsor, Conn.
Avec 19 points, Evan Fournier a etabli son record de la saison pour permettre a Denver d'empocher contre Brooklyn une 18e victoire consecutive a domicile.
Remi Fournier Lanzoni's thoroughly researched piece Comedy Italian Style: The Golden Age of Italian Film Comedies is one of the few in-depth studies in English to examine this cinematic period.
Late last year, Anais Fournier drank two 24-ounce cans of Monster Energy drink during a 24-hour period.
Speakers will include Ron Fournier, the AP's Washington bureau chief, and Tom Hallman Jr.
Toronto fans cheered her poignant interpretation of Ashton's Five Brahms Waltzes in the Manner of Isadora Duncan, taught to Fournier by the rule's originator, fellow Canadian Lynn Seymour.