Gelineau

Gé·li·neau

(zhā-lē-nō'),
Jean Baptiste Edouard, French physician, 1859-1906. See: Gélineau syndrome.
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While the files remain confidential, one researcher (Francois Gelineau of Laval University) has been given access to the entire file.
Juliet Williams and Kristen Gelineau Associated Press
Blais and Gelineau (2007) and Blais, Morin-Chasse and Singh (2017) argued that the best way to assess the effects of electoral outcomes on satisfaction with democracy is to assess the influence of changes in representation as a result of elections on changes in satisfaction with democracy.
Bonnal, C., Raynaud, F., Astier, C., Lebart, M.C., Marcilhac, A., Covers, D., Corraze, G., Gelineau, A., Fleurence, J.
"Carolyn and James Gelineau brought this lawsuit in Norfolk Superior Court against the Bank of New York Mellon (BNY Mellon) and Green Tree Servicing, LLC, seeking to enjoin a foreclosure sale of their property.
Gelineau, "Landlord/Tenant Apportionment Issues in Eminent Domain," The Practical Real Estate Lawyer (September 2014): 27-30, available at http://bit.ly/Gelineau.
Samuels 2000, 2003; Golder 2006; Gelineau and Remmer 2006; Ade and Freier 2011; Magar 2012), although a growing literature focuses on Taiwan.
Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Doty and Major Joe Gelineau stressed the role played by command climate in preventing or encouraging unethical behavior: "Historically, there are examples of questionable command climates resulting in behaviors that are not in tune with our professional military ethic or a result of character-based leadership." (39)
Byline: Kristen Gelineau newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk
(19) Joseph Doty and Joe Gelineau, "Command Climate," Army Magazine, July 2008, 22, 24, available at <www.ausa.org/publica tions/armymagazine/archive/2008/7/docu ments/fc_doty_0708.pdf>.