Blocq

Blocq

(blok),
Paul O., French physician, 1860-1896. See: Blocq disease.
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Astasia-abasia (Blocq's disease), and the psychogenic inability to stand upright or walk, and was one of the first functional gait disorders described [15, 16].
Koehler, "Paul Blocq and (psychogenic) astasia abasia," Movement Disorders, vol.
Businessman Michael Le Blocq will be submitting an official claim to the transport authority in the next few weeks on the basis that his land was made virtually worthless by restraints which hung over his properties whilst the tram scheme was still on the cards.
Mr Le Blocq, of L3 Developments in London Road, said: "We had a sale going through for the whole block of shops we own but at the last moment we it had to be scrapped because they obviously didn't want something with a compulsory purchase order on it."
Mr Le Blocq has been working with a property consultant to put his claim together and says they are on the verge of submitting it to Merseytravel.
(1.) With notable exclusions in Pfaff (2000); Blocq (2006); Tripodi (2006); Tronto (2008); Hill (2009).
Hugo De Blocq Van Kuffeler in his introduction to the Diplomat Awards ceremony stated that "Yet another year has passed us, leaving us at an extraordinary time in world history, more complex and challenging trials for its citizens to cope with, and for its Diplomats to resolve.
One of the business men at the forefront of the legal campaign, Michael Le Blocq of L3 Developments in London Road, said his company was about to make a sale of buildings worth PS1.2m when the tram plan appeared on the horizon.
Mr Le Blocq said: "We've had years of CPOs looming over us and consequentially our losses were severe.