Helie

He·lie

(ā-lē'),
Louis T., French gynecologist, 1804-1867. See: Helie bundle.
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Lawrence, Canada 1998-2003 Helie and Hillaire-Marcel, 2006 Missouri, USA 2004-2006 Bukaveckas et al.
Tallini G, Santoro M, Helie M, Carlomagno F, Salvatore G, Chiapetta G, et al.
In multiethnic societies such as France, it is important to uphold the principle of law, the sociologist Marieme Helie Lucas says.
In fact, Reid is keenly aware that the series is carrying a torch lit almost two millennia ago: In her editor's introduction, Reid notes that one of the first women to openly question the use of Scriptures to support patriarchal structures was a second-century consecrated virgin named Helie, who refused to accept that Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians made marriage compulsory
Au depart, il rallie quelques psychiatres, les docteurs Helie, Marquette, Laberge, Morand, Talbot et Wolwertz, puis Maufette et Thibault, qui ont tous un point commun: ils ont ete ses residents au pavillon Albert-Prevost (dont le directeur scientifique n'etait nul autre que Camille Laurin).
Bouissou P, Peronnet F, Brisson G, Helie R, Ledoux M, 1986, Metabolic and endocrine responses to graded exercise under acute hypoxia.
The second line of investigation comprises studies belonging to an even newer discipline known as Computational Cognitive Neuroscience (CCN), which adhere to biology seeking such a degree of accuracy that hardly manage to extend their speculations to cognitivism (Ashby & Helie, 2011).
Besides her parents, a brother Joseph Helie pre deceased her.
8220;Data security and confidentiality are central to our product and business,” says OptimInvest CEO Helie d'Hautefort.
We are very fortunate to be able to draw on the expertise of Marieme Helie Lucas, a leading advocate with the organization Women Living Under Muslim Laws, who explains what fatwas are, and more importantly, what they are not.