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Bi·ot

(bē-ō'),
Camille, 19th-century French physician. See: Biot breathing, Biot respiration, Biot breathing sign, Biot sign.

biot

A CGS (non-SI or International System) unit of electric current equal to 10 amperes.
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A travel trailer is pictured in the campsite of Biot, near Cannes, southeastern France, yesterday
This is done by locating the Biot "curve" and the dimensionless temperature (0) on the Heisler chart.
Utilizing the BioCision patent-pending DIR cooling technology, BioT ULT Transporter provides a stable < -70[degrees]C to -50[degrees]C environment for over 24 hours with minimal dry ice, ensuring all samples are safely contained within this temperature range.
The variation of Biot number with time is shown in Figure 9 for the 8 mm (0.
Located on the French Riviera, Biot has a longstanding tradition of glass blowing and is home to several hot shops and glass galleries, including the Serge Lechaczynski International Gallery of Glass.
Renowned throughout Europe for his trademark "dry cut" and innovative colouring techniques, Biot and his eponymous salon are looking to make a permanent mark on the fashion and beauty scene in the UAE.
2] x s x [degrees]C) and typical for the pellets size of the sphere, values of the Biot criterion constitute 0.
As well as Diego Garcia, the BIOT comprises around 55 tiny and remote islands on five coral atolls, including the Great Chagos Bank, which is the largest in the world, and numerous other coral reefs.
Christophe-Nicolas Biot, director artistico de las marcas del grupo Vog, creo un cataplasma compuesto en un "80% de polvo de cacao" mezclado con "una crema de postre" para favorecer la emulsion.
SOPRANO CHANTAL DIONNE RECEIVED THE JURY'S Award and the Festival Award last June at the Concert-Competition of the Schlumberger Foundation, Les grandes voix de demain, at the Festival des Heures Musicales de Biot in France.