Labbe


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Lab·bé

(lah-bā'),
Leon, French surgeon, 1832-1916. See: Labbé triangle, Labbé vein.

Lab·bé

(lah-bā'),
Ernest M., French physician, 1870-1939.
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"It will be somewhat similar to a simple barn house," Labbe explains.
Impact injury and counterblow are the main reasons to the injury of Labbe vein, which consequently leads to serious traumatic cerebral infarction and bad prognosis.
Labbe, a member of the far-right Union Democrata Independiente (UDI), spent much of the dictatorship working as Pinochet's bodyguard.
Labbe was promoted to the position of president Latin America.
Over a number of months, as they lived in Paris, Algarron - who was obsessed with the perverted works of the Marquis de Sade - coerced Labbe, 30, into showing her love for him by killing the child.
Inventors: Adel Farhan Halasa, Wen-Liang Hsu, Leh-Yeh Hsu, Warren James Busch, David Michael Smith, Sr., Jennifer Elizabeth Labbe and Scott Edwards Johnson
I opened this and saw that there was a feature on Dave Crabb and thought "this is gonna be good ..." Only to find out it's an interview with Dave LABBE, not Dave Crabb.
Labbe stitches one each year for the NCEW Foundation raffle.
For more information, please contact Martin Labbe at labbe@intracen.org
Permanent facial paralysis: surgical correction with Labbe's technique
IFF perfumers who contributed their time and expertise were: Domitille Bertier, Anne-Sophie Chapuis, Anne Flipo, Bruno Jovanovic, Sophie Labbe, Sandrine Malin, Alienor Massenet, Catherine Poensin-Stefani and Dominique Ropion.
Your column in Volume 15 Issue 8 in regards to the promotion of Serge Labbe reflects the concern of many Airborne veterans and it somewhat sullies the magnificent career of the former chief of defence staff.