Beclard

Bé·clard

(bā-klahr'),
Pierre A., French anatomist, 1785-1825. See: ranine anastomosis, Béclard hernia, Béclard triangle.
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Diaphragmatic eventration was first identified by Jean Louis Petit in 1774, the term was first used by Beclard in 1829, and the first surgical repair was described in 1923 by Morrison [2, 4, 11].
Beclard, Julien, "With the Head in the Air and the Feet on the Ground: The EU's Actorness in International Space Governance," no.
The book's main body is then divided into four parts: (1) the 1931 study by Angulo and Beclard d'Harcouri; (2) an index compiled by Garland listing eighty-seven audiotapes by Angulo, as recorded on the Pacifica Radio programs, Old Time Stories; (3) twenty-six pages from Pit River Songz (sic, showing 25 songs collected from the Pit River Indians arranged in a graphic notation system; and (4) Song of Los Pesares, comprised of twenty short songs of Angulo's own composition in the same graphic notation as Part Three, plus two pages of music written in regular staff ascribed to Henry Cowell.
(1.) Julien Beclard, "L'espace comme outil d'affirmation de l'Europe de la defense: la face cachee de Galileo," Communication to the Annual Congress of the French Political Science Association, Grenoble, September 2009.