René, French surgeon, 1879-1955. See: Leriche operation, Leriche syndrome.
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Both delicate and strong, Emilie Leriche can move with the softness of a cool puff of air or strike a pose worthy of the mythic huntress Diana.
A review of South Sudan: From Revolution to Independence by Matthew LeRiche and Matthew Arnold (London: Hurst and Company, 2012.
However, with the Cold War's conclusion and as [Khartoum] pushed Islamist extremism over the early and mid-1990s," report Matthew LeRiche and Matthew Arnold in their 2012 book, South Sudan: From Revolution to Independence, "American support for Khartoum quickly slackened.
173) At least one legislator, Vermont House Leader Lucy Leriche, candidly says she and others would have supported a law without exemptions if it was feasible, but it was not:
Feger F, Ribadeau Dumas A, Leriche L, Valent P, Arock M.
As Matthew LeRiche, a fellow at the London School of Economics, noted trenchantly in March: "Even if some accommodation is found in the short term, a relationship based only in the mutual desperation for oil money is not a very strong basis for sustainable peace longer-term" (Reuters [Juba] March 27, 2013).
My trip to Qatar was a life-changing event," declared Brad LeRiche, the soon-to-be second-year graduate of the music industry and performance programme at Bay St George campus of College of the North Atlantic in Stephenville.
The EAA awarded the second place to French Olivia and Vincent Leriche Goutal for their series EoACAyModern World' and the third to Japanese artist Naohiro Nanomiya for his project EoACAyTaki Waterfall'.
Livingston, a second world war military doctor, expanded the Leriche theory and postulated a "vicious circle" of pain.
The Perth rookie, a runner-up on the circuit earlier in the season, closed with a seven-under 63 for a 10-under 200 and pipped George Leriche of France to the pounds 5400 top prize in a play-off.