Comby


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Com·by

(kom'bē),
Jules, French pediatrician, 1853-1947. See: Comby sign.
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"We have seen several wake-up calls such as these, where terrorists seem to be quite interested in studying the transformers on high voltage lines," Comby told The New American.
A Microsoft Certified Trainer, he has imparted training and consultancy to several overseas clients, including Logica, Norway; Comby - Greenland, Etisalat - Afgahnistan etc.
David, who lives in Llanedeyrn in Cardiff, said he was just 20 years old when he first comby pleted the trip to Spain and back.
Asimismo, de acuerdo con Comby (13) la literatura sociologica que se ocupa de las relaciones con los medios tiende a considerar prioritariamente las diferencias existentes entre clases sociales (14) marginando el interes que representa multiplicidad de practicas y de diferencias dadas entre individuos socialmente pertenecientes a una misma filiacion social.
"That was a risk that was accepted by Mr Gautrey by his taking part in such a comby petition.
On the occasion, chief of Coselearn programme Bernard Comby laid emphasis on the Tunisian students' keen interest in this educational method, pointing out that 43 excellent distinctions and 50 first-class honours have been awarded.
PUMPED Graeme McDowell was in brilliant form yesterday JOB DONE Graeme McDowell throws his ball to the crowd HUGGING IT OUT McDowell with caddie Ken Comby OPEN TO BE BACK Graeme McDowell intends to return to Celtic Manor for the Ryder Cup
C'est pourquoi, en raison notamment de cette augmentation du prix du foncier, l'agriculture eprouve des difficultes a se maintenir a proximite des villes (Comby 1995).
As James Lovelock wrote recently in the the foreword to Bruno Comby's book Environmentalists for Nuclear Energy: "What at first was a proper concern for safety has become a near pathological anxiety and much of the blame for this goes to the news media, the television and film industries, and fiction writers.
Estos animalitos generalmente son adjetivados por la cultura occidental como sucios, feos y/o repulsivos, sin embargo en la actualidad estan en boga en muchos paises, calificandolos en este caso como "platillo de gourmets" (DeFoliart, 1989; Comby, 1990; Ramos-Elorduy, 1998) y reflejando la evolucion, no solo del concepto de insectos comestibles, sino del modo de preparacion y de ingestion de este recurso natural renovable y, sobretodo, de su retomo a las mesas de los restaurantes mas selectos y prestigiados del primer y segundo mundo.