Gely

Gé·ly

(zhā-lē'),
Jules A., French surgeon, 1806-1861. See: Gély suture.
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"Say I am pushing a kid on a swing," lead researcher Mario Gely said.
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Thank you to Professor Rafael Gely for his helpful edits and thoughtful advice, to the editors of the Missouri Law Review, especially Abigail Williams for not only her support in preparing this Note but for encouraging me to join the Missouri Law Review.
Leticia Gely, (1) Humberto Lugo-Vicente, (2) Maria Correa-Rivas, (3) Kary Bouet, (1) Zayhara Reyes Bou, (1) Mohammed Suleiman, (3) and Ines Garcia (1)
Solimine & Rafael Gely, The Supreme Court and the DIG: An Empirical and Institutional Analysis, 2005 Wis.
Giner & Gely (2005) studied the hygroscopicity of sunflower seeds and concluded that the Modified Halsey model was the best model to represent desorption isotherms of this product.
Professors Gely and Chandler examined a body of FMLA cases, including a sub-category of cases where intent was clearly at issue, i.e.
(274.) See Gely & Spiller, supra note 273, at 265.
We also thank Hugo ven der Westhuizen for an inflight sighting of buffalo ID65 and Marie Gely for designing the map.
"'Gely with tharmys of Scotland England": Word, Image and Performance at the Marriage of James IV and Margaret Tudor'.