Bourquin

Bour·quin

(būr'kwin),
Anne, 20th-century U.S. chemist. See: Sherman-Bourquin unit of vitamin B2.
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Pascale Bourquin, an author of the findings and a research economist at the IFS said: "The tax and benefit system significantly reduces the gap between rich and poor, with benefits playing a particularly big role.
Pascale Bourquin, an author of the findings and a research economist at the IFS, said: "The tax and benefit system significantly reduces the gap between rich and poor, with benefits playing a particularly big role.
Kevin Bourquin of Cyber Graphics said that the flexo industry needs to improve upon poor solid ink laydown, ink drying on the shoulders, dot gain and printing inconsistencies.
Paul Bourquin, school safety coordinator at Amarillo Independent School District, said the amplified coordination with local emergency responders allowed better response times.
Act--was introduced, Bourquin's decision was read into the record
Corinne Planchamp, Joelle Bourquin, and Pierre Bonna venture contributed greatly to the publications highlighted in the review.
Bourquin et al., "Sequence-specific potent induction of IFN-[alpha] by short interfering RNA in plasmacytoid dendritic cells through TLR7," Nature Medicine, vol.
The bus was carrying the students from the Christian Bourquin secondary school at Millas to their homes in two villages, Saint Feliu d'Amont and Saint Feliu d'Avall.
The book also found a more formal educational application when Superintendent and Inuktitut grammarian Theodor Bourquin used it as a basis for Biblical instruction and published a guide with questions and answers to each story.
Cangliosi, Greg (2008): "The business podcasting book", en Georghean, Michael; Cangialosi, Greg; Irelan, Ryan; Bourquin, Tim; and Vogele, Colette (eds): Podcast Academy.