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(hī′mənz, ā-mäNs′), Corneille Jean François 1892-1968.
Belgian physiologist. He won a 1938 Nobel Prize for determining the role of the aortic sinus in the regulation of respiration.
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This is according to Hennie Heymans, CEO of DHL Express Sub Saharan Africa, who says that the DHL Express Mobile app is part of DHL Express' ongoing commitment to drive innovations that enhance customer experience.
Hennie Heymans, CEO, DHL Express Sub-Saharan Africa said that receiving this recognition from the Top Employers Institute for the fifth consecutive year is a huge honor.
This is according to Hennie Heymans, CEO of DHL Express Sub Saharan Africa, who says that when comparing intra-regional trade statistics, Africa's rates are amongst the lowest in the world, with less than 20 per cent of what is produced in the region, remaining on the continent.
Belgian Luc Heymans believes he has found a way to dodge Health Minister Leo Varadkar's new minimum price rules.
Wetlands at Dawn, by Sophia Heymans 2012, acrylic, paper mache, oil on board, 48" x 60"
Louis Heymans, CEO of Anubex, comments: "We were able to exceed timing goals and stay within the budget.
Hook, who is likely to have a crucial role against the Wallabies, rescued things for Wales when he turned Frenchman Cedric Heymans inside out for a crucial try.
Barbarians: C Heymans;P Sackey,M Tindall, D Traille,S Tagicakibau;F Contepomi, R Lawson;D Jones,B August, J Afoa, M O'Driscoll, C VanZyl,MGor godze,F Louw, R Lakafia.
An international team of researchers lead by Associate Professor Ludovic Van Waerbeke of the University of British Columbia and Dr Catherine Heymans of the University of Edinburgh, Scotland, achieved their results by analysing images of about 10 million galaxies in four different regions of the sky.
But France scored 26 unanswered points through tries from Cedric Heymans and Francois Trinh-Duc, who also landed a monster drop-goal from near the halfway line, and the flawless kicking of Morgan Parra.
THE attraction of moving abroad is fast waning for South African rugby stars, according to the players' association chief executive, Piet Heymans.