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In 1801, Paul Seignette, a civil servant with no particularly relevant prior experience, took up the work of educating the jeunes aveugles in the darkest days of their institution, when it had been forcibly joined to the Quinze-Vingts, its founder purged, its goal of empowerment through instruction replaced by a mandate to make the blind productive through mindless labor.
The content of denitrifiers has been assessed on the medium containing the following components (g/l): Seignette salt-20; KN[O.
See JACQUELINE SEIGNETTE, CHALLENGES TO THE CREATOR DOCTRINE