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Hen·ri

(ĕn-rē'),
Victor, French 20th-century biochemist. See: Michaelis-Menten equation, Henri-Michaelis-Menten equation.
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Taking note of the fact that people use simple tools for communication in Oman, like WhatsApp even to discuss business proposals and passing on important information, Henri was all praise for the friendly and cooperative people he had met in different spheres of activity.
La majorite des selections africaines disposent de grands joueurs ayant evolue, certes au sein des clubs locaux, mais qui sont alles justifies leurs merites chez plusieurs equipes prestigieuses europeennes en gagnant plusieurs titres...[beaucoup plus grand que], disait Henri Michel tout en expliquant que le Maroc ne dispose pas de joueurs de cette stature et que le championnat national n'a pas encore atteint un tel niveau...
En route to South America, Henri befriends a fellow prisoner, a counterfeiter called Louis Vega Malek), who is suspected of hiding money.
L Brands, through Victoria's Secret, PINK, Bath & Body Works, La Senza and Henri Bendel, operates 3,084 company-owned specialty stores in the US, Canada, the UK and Greater China.
Henri said they'll start moving the furniture early, getting packed up and moved.
Another bond was Ralph Waldo Emerson, whom Henri admired.
"There are also the kids, I don't know what she's doing or who they are going to stay with," Henri said.
And the former council worker angrily hit back at claims Henri, 41, was boozed up at the time of the crash in August 1997.
Reading Love, Henri one has to wonder if the medium itself, ink and paper instead of fingers and screen, is also partially responsible for the thoughtfulness of Nouwen's correspondence.
A CONFERENCE IN JUNE will honour the life and teachings of Henri Nouwen, the late Catholic priest, professor and prolific author.