Helie

He·lie

(ā-lē'),
Louis T., French gynecologist, 1804-1867. See: Helie bundle.
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For examples of other recent discussions, see Marie Ashe & Anissa Helie, Realities of Religio-Legalism: Religious Courts and Women's Rights in Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States, 20 U.
Besides her parents, a brother Joseph Helie pre deceased her.
4) A propos des << difficultes >> de la preuve par temoin, des << reproches >> et des << contradictions >> qu'engendrait ce mode de preuve au XIXeme siecle, voire avant, voir Faustin Helie, Traite de l'instruction criminelle, tome 1, Bruxelles, Bruylant, 1863 a la p 168, n 505.
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.
Mikaelian I, Martineau D, Helie P, Patenaude R, Campbell D, Barker IK.
Three new members also joined the committee namely Dr Helie Badenhorst, Dr Hanre Myburgh and Dr Roland Andreae.
In the study, Sun and Sebastien Helie of University of California, Santa Barbara, compare the performance of the CLARION with results from previous human trials.
Helie JF, Hillaire-Marcel C, Rondeau B (2002) Seasonal changes in the sources and fluxes of dissolved inorganic carbon through the St.
Faustin Helie, a French jurist, assimilated the incest to an "attentat commited without violence, aid of the authority, the moral constraint, the seduction.
WLUML member Marieme Helie Lucas, an Algerian sociologist, recalled: "The three Algerian women were released within a month and a half of campaigning, with telegrams arriving on the president's desk from everywhere in the world.