Carpentier


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Car·pen·ti·er

(kar-pen-tē-ā'),
Alain, 20th-century French cardiothoracic surgeon. See: Carpentier-Edwards valve.
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Carpentier weighed in at today's super middleweight limit of 168 pounds.
Carpentier lucidly takes the reader through substantial detail pinpointing the sequence of specifics from the 1500s to 2016, as a foundational exercise enabling richer understanding of the nuances of the media activists and audiences he explores in part 4 of the monograph.
Sugiero que en el cuento, Carpentier imita la estructura de una composicion musical.
Whereas Carpentier's novel marked a sharp contrast with everything that the PAU stood for, the work of the journalist and travel writer Carleton Beals is, Park goes on to suggest, more implicated, if not complicit, with PAU approaches, despite apparently sharp political differences.
Worcester Warriors first competed in the tournament in 2011 and reached the series finals under de Carpentier, who was named player of the round in the group stages, in 2013.
Chris Carpentier (Anchorage) 15, 7; Lou Barberini (San Francisco) d.
This thin volume of eight surprising narratives and winner of Cuba's Premio Carpentier depicts a country rich with incongruity.
"With poetry, he could be open, honest and intense with his emotions," said friend Nyla Carpentier, also a word-weaver.