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fleurette

/fleur·ette/ (floor-et´) [Fr.] a type of cell found in clusters in retinoblastomas and retinocytomas, representing differentiation of tumor cells into photoreceptors.
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Los tecnicos y disenadores del desarrollo a menudo asumen que los productores rurales en los paises en desarrollo son un grupo homogeneo e inmutable (Fleuret y Fleuret 1980, 256).
Within weeks, Fleuret, then the Director of Music and Dance with France's Ministry of Culture, paved path for a music festival.
Named Kings Cross, the threeyear-old is likely to join Guillaume Macaire, who sent out his dam, Ladies Choice, to win the Prix Fleuret at Auteuil.
Ils se trouvent etre des "Fixes sans domicile", selon l'expression proposee par Zeneidi-Henry Djemila et Fleuret Sebastien.
It was introduced to France by French dance and music director, Maurice Fleuret, on request of the then Minister of Culture, Jack Lang in 1981.
Il racle la peinture, gratte et entaille la toile au couteau ou au canif a palette ; puis recule, cigarette aux levres, tres concentre, il tient son pinceau comme un fleuret.
HS 2442, HS 2606, Milenium, Romina, Performer, Select, Justin, Splendor, Hercule, Felix) and 20 foreign hybrids which were studied in the period 2005-2008 (Huracan, Kasol, Lindor, Masai, Mateol, Podium, Saxo, Sunko, Fly, Rigasol, Rigasol OR, Fleuret OR, Arena, Melody, NK Armoni, Alexandra, NK Dolbi, NK Ferti, Opera PR, Sanay).
In 1986 La Grange and Maurice Fleuret established the Bibliotheque Musicale Gustav Mahler archive in Paris, which has since become the Mediatheque Musicale Mahler, http://www.
Joseph Fleuret, recorded in the 1960s, was reputedly the last traditional cornemuse player in the Berry district.
Efectivamente, durante la guerra mundial, Du Plessys y la Escuela romana celebran unos triunfos nuevos: en el Almanach des Lettres et des Arts que se publica en 1917, toda la parte literaria esta dominada por los viejos y nuevos "romanos": alli encontramos poemas de Du Plessys, de La Tailhede, de Leon Guillot, de Fernand Fleuret, de Vincent Muselli y de Annibal de Monchanut, y prosas de La Tailhede, de Paul Bourdin, de Emile Godefroy y de Maxime Girieud.
Beijing Olympic men's foil silver medalist Yuki Ota has moved to the top of the world rankings after finishing runner-up in a Fleuret World Cup meet in Russia on Tuesday.
The idea was taken up by French Music and Dance director Maurice Fleuret for Minister of Culture Jack Lang in 1981 and first took place in 1982.