Laugier


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(lō-zhē-ā'),
Stanislas, French surgeon, 1799-1872. See: Laugier hernia.
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A 36-year veteran of French engineering group Egis, Christian Laugier has served as chief executive officer of the multi-service consultancy's Middle East business unit for the past 12 years.
Featuring new kaleidoscopic artwork by Gareth Halliday, the EP includes two new tracks 'Rattling Rose' and 'Sail On', a 12" mix of 'Black Star Dancing' plus a remix by London-based French DJ/ producer Nicolas Laugier, aka The Reflex.
Among competish players: "The Cabin in the Woods," Drew Goddard's playful slasher; "Gangs of Wasseypur," Anurag Kashyap's five-hour Directors' Fortnight standout; "Holy Motors," enthusiastically received Cannes competish contender from Leos Carax; "The Lords of Salem," Rob Zombie's comic music movie; "Lovely Molly," a first-person thriller by Eduardo Sanchez; "Nameless Gangster: Rules of the Time," an epic crime tale helmed by Yoon Jong-bin; "The Tall Man," Pascal Laugier's English-language follow-up to "Martyrs," with Jessica Biel.
For Soane, the prophet who gave natural, if not divine, authority to these divisions was the ex-Jesuit Abbe Laugier, whose Essay on Architecture appeared the year Soane was born.
The volume includes work on poets who are now widely read, among them Aime Cesaire (Jean Khalfa), Jacques Dupin (Mary Ann Caws), Philippe Jaccottet (Steven Winspur), and Jacques Reda (Hugh Hochman), but it will also introduce readers who are less familiar with the field to a great many striking newer voices; Vannina Maestri (Jerome Game), Emmanuel Laugier (Anne-Christine Royere), and Pierre Alferi (Michael Kelly) are just a few of those who could be cited.
In fact, he was Dr Alexandre-Louis Laugier (1719-74), a physician to the imperial court; a study of his life is therefore worthy of interest.