Gavard

Ga·vard

(gĕ-vahr'),
Hyacinthe, French anatomist, 1753-1802. See: Gavard muscle.
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A review by Gavard and Artal [17] concluded that PA during pregnancy reduces maternal and foetal morbidities, and produces long-term benefits for both the mother and the child.
Smyser, Elise Dunkerton, Emily Gavard, Bruce Larkin, and Stanley Gehrt
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Los grabados de estas obras incluidos como ilustraciones en la publicacion fueron encargados a Gavard, entonces editor y responsable de las Galerias Historicas de Versalles.
Thus both subjective workload and maximum exercise performance are decreased (Artal and Gavard, 2007).
xlix), where Das clearly intended 'digraphs' as opposed to the perspective drawing device invented by Charles Gavard in 1830.
A*Correspondents Kevin Sullivan in London, Stephanie McCrummen in Nairobi, Ellen Knickmeyer in Cairo, Faiza Saleh Ambah in Jeddah, and special correspondents Corinne Gavard in Paris and Wu Meng in Shanghai contributed to this report.
Estudios han demostrado que las personas con diabetes en los Estados Unidos tienen una probabilidad de dos a tres veces mayor de presentar algun trastorno psicologico serio que las personas sin diabetes (Gonder-Frederick, Cox & Ritterband, 2002; Lustman & Gavard, 1997).
Les noms des deux personnages directement responsables, par leurs indiscretions, du second banissement de Florent, sont Gavard et la mere Saget.