Hanot

Han·ot

(ahn-ō'),
Victor C., French physician, 1844-1896. See: Hanot cirrhosis.
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The tournament was an initiative of French sports daily L'Equipe and its then-editor Gabriel Hanot.
Across the channel in France, L'Equipe editor Gabriel Hanot felt these boasts to be exaggerated.
Oracle s investment in Oracle Solaris and the Oracle Solaris Guarantee Program provide us the confidence to support business-critical applications with SPARC and Oracle Solaris today and into the future, said Thierry Hanot, R&D Director, InfoVista.
Goscinny S, Vandevijvere S, Maleki M, Van Overmeire I, Windal I, Hanot V, et al.
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We thank Sylvie Peters, Helene Perin, Lydie Pachtchenko-Claudet, MarieOdile Klippenspies, Julie Hanot, Laurent Claudet, Philippe Couratier, and Valerie le Bourg for assistance with investigating this outbreak; and Flemming Scheutz for verifying serotypes and virulence genes.
We're pleased to have signed this agreement with ProLogis," said Georges Hanot, chief executive for Decathlon Benelux NV.
As a direct result of the epic victory, Gabriel Hanot, editor of the French sports paper L'Equipe, set about organising the first European Cup tournament.
Strictly speaking, Aberdeen, who won the league title in 1955, should have been Scotland's representatives but Hibs were there instead on the invite of the tournament's founder French journalist Gabriel Hanot.