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César, Swiss surgeon, 1857-1934. See: Roux-en-Y anastomosis, Roux-en-Y operation.

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Philibert J., French surgeon, 1780-1854. See: Roux method.

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Pierre P.E., French bacteriologist, 1853-1933. See: Ro spatula, Roux stain.
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The IHME provided the Roux Prize at the University of Washington and is known for founding board member David Roux and his wife, Barbara.
Indeed, Roux sees the commercial aspect as helping to push racial transformation in the sport.
e judges Dion will have to impress in his nal are Alain Roux, Angela Hartnett and Steve Love, the Roux scholar in 1997.
Roux, known as the godfather of modern cuisine, oversees the restaurant which bears his name and is run by award-winning executive head chef Campbell.
The failure of the state to present that evidence leaves one big question mark," said Roux, "that's the failure of the state's case.
Welsh woes continued when Jamie Roberts was sent to the sin-bin after 13 minutes for taking out Le Roux.
Jamie Roberts was sent to the sinbin after 13 minutes for taking out Le Roux in the air with a clumsy tackle and while he was off the field the Boks added two more tries.
At the other end of the field, Wales managed to repel the first raid from the Springboks, but there was no stopping Habana, when he raced on to a chip ahead by outstanding full-back Le Roux, to notch his score.
Both players were in excellent form in the 43-0 home win over Esher last Saturday, Le Roux scoring his sixth try in his last three games while openside Oliver was named man of the match.
Roux fronted the show with Monica Galetti, his sous-chef, and Gregg Wallace.
With the head shot, she would have dropped down immediately," Mr Roux said.
Martin Roux was researching something on the Internet one day when he came upon a community of Syrian artists on Facebook.