Fourneau


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(fūr-nō'),
Ernest F.A., French chemist and pharmacologist, 1872-1949. See: Fourneau 710.
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The Fourneau is placed in your home oven and preheats as your oven heats to high temperatures between 450 and 475 degrees.
gaming -- and the smartphone in gen- eral -- as an advertising platform was slow, says Fourneau. "The most dif- ficult thing was convincing [the agencies] that mobile advertising could be really interesting compared with the classical models of outdoor, print and television, which are all more accepted in Dubai.
[14.] P.L.O BROOS, I.A.M FOURNEAU, D.V.C.STOFFELEN, Fractures of Distal Radius, Current Concepts of treatment, Acta Orthopaedica Belgica, 2001, Vol 67-3, 211-218.
There is a huge potential for them [regional developers] but they need a bigger structure to explode at the global level," Yann Fourneau, vice president for sales and marketing, southern Europe and MEA at Gameloft, told Gulf News.
En base a los planteamientos que sugirio, muchos anos despues, en 1993, se celebraria en la ciudad francesa de Montpellier el primer Congreso Internacional sobre el Paisaje Mediterraneo en el que se abordo especificamente la necesidad de desarrollar una politica de conservacion y gestion del mismo, y donde de nuevo se define el paisaje como el resultado en el territorio de la combinacion de aspectos naturales, culturales, historicos, funcionales y visuales (Arias y Fourneau, 1998).
Busic and Fourneau [37] illustrate through examples how monotonicity may help for performance evaluation of mobile networks, by considering two different applications.
Fourneau, "Random neural networks with multiple classes of signals," Neural Computation, vol.11,no.4, pp.