Helie

He·lie

(ā-lē'),
Louis T., French gynecologist, 1804-1867. See: Helie bundle.
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The Scientia artis musice of Helie Salomon: teaching music in the late thirteenth century: Latin text with English translation and commentary.
Slatter, N., Fecteav, G., Helie, P., Lapointe, J.M., Choueinard, T., Babkine, M., Descrochers, A., Couture Y.
Lawrence, Canada 1998-2003 Helie and Hillaire-Marcel, 2006 Missouri, USA 2004-2006 Bukaveckas et al., 2011 Ohio, USA 1999 Koch et al., 2006 Tennessee, USA 1999 Koch et al., 2006 Cumberland, USA 1999 Koch et al., 2006 Upper Mississippi, USA 2004-2006 Bukaveckas et al., 2011 Mississippi, Colorado, Rio Grande, 1996-1997 Kendall et al., 2001 Lower Mississippi, USA 2003-2004 Bianchi et al., 2007 San Pedro, USA 2001-2002 Brooks et al., 2007
2R01MH063760 from the National Institute of Mental Health to Sebastien Helie. Some of this work has been presented in the Mathematical and Computational Cognitive Science weekly colloquium in the Department of Psychological Sciences at Purdue University by Zahra Sajedinia.
Vigeant, Jacinthe, Isabelle Ribot, and Helie, Jean-Francois.
P., and Helie J., 'Droplet Size Development in a DISI Injector Fuel Spray', International Symposium on the Application of Laser and Imaging Techniques to Fluid Mechanics, no.
G., Nuglisch H., and Helie J., "Un-throttling a direct injection gasoline homogeneous mixture engine with variable valve actuation," Int.
(21.) Tallini G, Santoro M, Helie M, Carlomagno F, Salvatore G, Chiapetta G, et al.
One that I discovered while working on the Wisdom Commentary series was a woman named Helie who lived in the second century.
1235) que se esconden detras de los nombres ficticios de Luce del Gast y Helie de Boron--que niegan la autoridad de los textos anteriores pues no lo contaron <<todo>>.
In multiethnic societies such as France, it is important to uphold the principle of law, the sociologist Marieme Helie Lucas says.