Joubert


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Jou·bert

(zhū'bār),
Marie, 20th-century Canadian neurologist. See: Joubert syndrome.
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Such a valuable quality made Mazarin think of replacing Joubert, his intendant, who had recently died, by M.
Whistler Craig Joubert - whose awful decision robbed the Dark Blues of a World Cup semi-final spot - has been appointed assistant ref for Scotland's final Six Nations match against Ireland in Dublin on March 19.
The question I ask this morning, in the wake of the Craig Joubert affair, is this: Do we want that sort of scenario in rugby union, where historically, there has been much greater respect for the referee, his decision-making more readily accepted by players than we see in the round-ball game?
WORLD Rugby has faced strong condemnation from all elements of the game for its admission that referee Craig Joubert blundered in awarding Australia their decisive penalty against Scotland.
Shocked by the backlash aimed at Craig Joubert after he incorrectly awarded Australia the penalty which ended Scotland's World Cup dream, then fled the scene, Kaplan says there needs to be change.
AUSTRALIA head coach Michael Cheika has issued a strong condemnation of World Rugby's treatment of referee Craig Joubert.
WORLD Rugby has faced strong condemnation for its admission that referee Craig Joubert blundered in awarding Australia their decisive penalty against Scotland.
WORLD Rugby has admitted referee Craig Joubert blundered by awarding Australia the last-gasp penalty which sent Scotland out of the World Cup.
Referee Craig Joubert wrongly awarded Australia's winning penalty in their 35-34 quarter-final defeat of Scotland at the Rugby World Cup but there is no plan to change the TMO system, organisers said.
Joubert had been employed as a mechanic for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Work Depot on Belmont St.
com)-- Phyliss Joubert and The Glory Gospel Singers; a New York-based aggregation of professional vocalists and musicians are set to headline an international winter tour with extensive repertoire in gospel and classical genre.
These findings produce the classic "molar tooth" sign associated with Joubert syndrome (Figure 3).