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De·bré

(dĕ-brā'),
Robert, French pediatrician and infectious disease specialist, 1882-1978. See: Debré phenomenon, Debré-Sémélaigne syndrome, Kocher-Debré-Sémélaigne syndrome.
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BOST presently has a port facility at Debre, about 32km from Buipe in the Northern Region.
The Debre Birhan Industrial Park built on 1,100 hectares at a cost of 75 million US dollars will create jobs for at least 1,000 Ethiopians.
Institution based cross sectional study was conducted at Debre Berhan University students.
The monthly maximum precipitation values are 406.88 (August), 417.04 (July), 288.34 (July), and 382.32 (August) for Debre Tabor, Bahir Dar, Gondar, and Dangila, respectively.
Biadglegne, "Prevalence of bacteriuria and antimicrobial susceptibility patterns among diabetic and nondiabetic patients attending at Debre Tabor Hospital, Northwest Ethiopia," International Journal of Microbiology, vol.
The present laboratory-based cross-sectional survey included 220 food handlers working in food establishments of Debre Markos University during the period from January 2015 to June 2016.
The source population was all mothers/caretakers to children aged 12-23 months pair in Debre Markos town.
The AU also announced that the first round of informal talks on Darfur between the government from one side the Justice and Liberation Movement (JEM) and Sudan Liberation Movement - Minni Minnawi (SLM-MM) on the other side would be held in the Ethiopian town of Debre zeit on January 23.
Former French interior minister Jean-Louis Debre helped Roughol with editing and writing the book, having formed a friendship Roughol after he offered to look after Debre's bicycle for him while he did some shopping on the Champs-Elysees.
Les Conseils constitutionnels algerien et francais veulent etablir une relation [beaucoup moins que] exemplaire [beaucoup plus grand que] pour le [beaucoup moins que] triomphe de l'Etat de droit [beaucoup plus grand que], a indique, hier, le president du Conseil constitutionnel francais, Jean-Louis Debre. [beaucoup moins que] Nous voudrions que notre cooperation soit exemplaire pour (...) le triomphe de l'Etat de droit [beaucoup plus grand que], a declare Debre a l'issue de l'audience que lui a accordee le president de la Republique, Abdelaziz Bouteflika.
Constitutional Court Spokesperson, Judge Ahmad Tbeishat, said the visit followed an invitation from the President of the French Constitutional Council, Jean-Louis Debre, in coordination with the French embassy.