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Car·rel

(kah-rel'),
Alexis, French-U.S. surgeon and Nobel laureate, 1873-1944. See: Carrel treatment, Carrel-Lindbergh pump, Dakin-Carrel treatment.
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If you tell such stories to an average Filipino doctor of medicine, he will most likely just laugh at you-unless he has read Carrel's book.
Latrodectus bishopi is atypical in that its web is completely aboreal, starting at 0.2-0.4 m above ground level (Carrel 2001).
Pierre Lecomte du Nouy fue incitado por Carrel a explorar los ritmos en los que las heridas sanan (i.e., la velocidad de cicatrizacion).
By inserting 3 stay sutures at equidistant points at the ends of the vessels to be joined, it was easier, and quicker, to suture along a straight line, using a continuous stitch (Carrel 1912).
Some graduate study carrels have been targeted for redesign into new classrooms, group study, and office spaces.
In previous studies (Carrel 2003a) I showed that the persistently open, circular burrows render these spiders very detectable: by conducting a rapid, but thorough visual search of an area (10-100 m2), one typically locates 90-95% of individuals actually present.
Mr Carrel said: "We were making a loss in the early part of the year and now we're back in profit, which is very encouraging, and we are back at 292 staff.
Carrel of the department of pediatrics at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
The student was working at a study carrel, and upon overhearing the two younger students ask if I could come and help them, he quietly got up and told them he could help them.
PIGLETS: Five cloned pigs--named Millie, Christa, Alexis, Carrel, and Dotcom--were born on March 5, 2000.
Phil Crabtree and Cllr Renee Spector both of Birmingham City Council; Kevin Bunsell and Roger Husler, both of Building Consultancy and Kevin Bramwell of Kevin G Bramwell BIAT; David Carrel of PRP Architects; Irene Shaw, Optima Community Association; James Rennison, Ray Chilton and Paul Price, all of Kendrick Construction Ltd; Paul Greaves, Greswolde Construction; Graham Hall and Paul Lister, both of Associated Architects
Alexis Carrel, a Nobel Prize winning vascular specialist in 1912, who in his 1935 book, L'Homme, cet inconnu [Man the Unknown], had popularized notions of French biological degeneracy and the need for women to focus on motherhood (70), became the guru of a medical community that emphasized hygiene and opposed abortions after 1940 (286).