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(bō-vā′, -vĕt′), Daniel 1907-1992.
Swiss-born Italian physiologist. He won a Nobel Prize 1957 for the development of muscle relaxants and the first synthetic antihistamine.
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7 million in 2013, BOVET hopes to aid in procuring even more vital funds this year, continuing their support for the school of Peace and Justice in Haiti, which was created for children affected by the earthquake of 2010.
Yersin C, Bovet P, Merien F, Wong T, Panowsky J, Perolat P.
The birds were able to coordinate," the BBC quoted Dr Dalila Bovet from Paris West University Nanterre La DAefense as saying.
A view is emerging that is refocusing SCM on partnerships, relationships, networks, value creation and value constellations (Spekman, Kamouff and Myhr 1998; Bovet and Martha 2000; Hoyt and Huq 2000; Gunasekaran and Ngai 2004; Min, Mentzer and Ladd 2007; Lusch, Vargo and Tanniru 2010).
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Their topics include the scholarly record, civil violence and the initiation of the schism, local experiences, conceptualization and imagery, the witness of Honorat Bovet, views of Byzantium and Islam, the reform context, ecclesiology and authority in the Later Middle Ages, the use of biblical authority, and the 1414-18 Council of Constance and the end of the schism.
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We will stop our examples with Gerardy Santine, a Frenchman who lived in Jerusalem for three years in the 1850s, and with Felix Bovet, a French-speaking Swiss Protestant minister who visited the city in 1858.
Conen D, Wietlisbach V, Bovet P, Shamlaye C, Riesen W, Paccaud F, Burnier M.
Philippe de Mezieres, Eustache Deschamps, Honore Bovet, and Christine de Pisan are the poets.
Chapter 5 continues this exploration through varied texts of Honore Bovet and Christine de Pizan.