Gavard

Ga·vard

(gĕ-vahr'),
Hyacinthe, French anatomist, 1753-1802. See: Gavard muscle.
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2, Rink reconciles printed variants by performing "Section A according to the Gavard manuscript; then, when repeating the opening section ...
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The frequently suffer substantial emotional stress and negative effect, including recurrent feelings of helplessness, hopelessness, anxiety and depression (Bradley & Gamsu 1994; Lustman & Gavard, 1995).
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Furthermore, [beta]-catenin plays an important role in cancer metastasis and progression through E-cadherin-dependent cell adhesion (Gavard and Mege, 2005).
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.