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17th-century Paris surgeon and anatomist. See: Dupré muscle.
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17th century Paris surgeon and anatomist.
Dupré muscle - Synonym(s): articularis genu muscle
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Dupre is then seen lifting the student into the air and slamming him to the ground for the second times.
They wear longer, look better and can even be customized with logos and colors," said Dupre'.
Dupre', who is on the BAC board of directors, was seriously injured this summer in an auto accident.
To help develop a new communication plan incorporating his commitment to review and respond to all feedback, Dupre turned to K12 Insight in June of 2013.
Among the most solid contributions in Dupre's book I will mention a few.
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London, Jan 25 ( ANI ): Call girl-turned-sex columnist Ashley Dupre can now add another notch to her bedpost - published author.
Sylviane Falcinelli, whose generous consideration of the gift followed the Eastman School-hosted premiere performance in March 2011 of Rolande Falcinelli's composition for organ and orchestra, Mausolie "a la gloire de Marcel Dupre," opus 47.
In writing about the "Holy House of Loreto," for example, Dupre recounts the shrine's art and architecture but allows that the house itself could have been transported by angels or moved by Crusaders.