Crocq

Crocq

(krok),
Jean, Belgian physician, 1868-1925. See: Crocq disease.
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Even the Bible (Deuteronomy 20: 1-9) reminds us that sometimes soldiers are incapable of staying on the front line because of psychological breakdown (Crocq & Crocq, 2000):
Tales sintomas fueron estudiados en sobrevivientes de guerras y continuaron analizandose en victimas de diferentes tipos de desastres (Barrois, 1982, 1988; Crocq, 1992; Noto et al.
52) Sobre la prohibicion tradicional en el derecho frances, ver Laurent AYNES/PIERRE CROCQ, Les suretes, 7.
Crocq, La mention manuscrite : une reincarnation juridique aux depens de la jurisprudence anterieure en RTD civ.
forthcoming 2012); Pierre Crocq, National Report for France, in TOWARDS AN EU DIRECTIVE ON PROTECTED FUNDS 99-113 (SCJJ Kortmann et al.
Crocq, Suretes et proportionnalite, en Etudes offertes au doyen Philippe Simler, Paris, Dalloz-Litec, 2006, no.
Phillipe Crocq, "The SDRM Story," Billboard, May 22, 1993, F13.
In addition to the examples cited below, see Jean Crocq, L'etat mental des anarchistes (Paris, 1894).
The frequency of these frightening dreams remained unchanged in 39%, decreased in 30%, and increased in 17% of veterans with prolonged captivity and combat exposure (Guerrero and Crocq, 1994).
Crocq, exponente de la escuela francesa define el panico como:
The early escape had been led by Sylvain Chavanel, who usurped Thomas Voeckler as King of the Mountains after being first over the Cote de L'Armelle, the Cote de Crocq, and the category two climb Col de la Croix-Morand.