Le Bel

Le Bel

(lĕ-bel'),
Joseph Achille, French chemist, 1847-1930. See: Le Bel-van't Hoff rule.
References in classic literature ?
Built originally in the heart of the forest, in the reign of Philip le Bel, it now could be seen a few hundred yards from the road leading from the village of Sainte-Genevieve to Monthery.
One of the earliest mentions of them in literature as by Flemish traveller Jean Le Bel in 1357 who described little pancakes which are thought to oatcakes.
Des annees ont passe et on a oublie le bel arbre de "Tafarnout".
In his latest essay, Le Bel Eege (The Best Age), Regis Debray denounces the prevailing "youthism" and aims to reinstate the respect for elders that has always existed - for instance, in Asia.
And by the time the conductor Michel Swierczewski joined the Prague Philharmonia, with whom I was playing at the time, and mooted the idea of launching a cycle of contemporary music concerts, Le Bel Aujourd'hui, and when Renata Spisarova contacted me inviting me to join the Ostravska banda, my performance direction was clear.
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This holds especially true for Le Bel Inconnu by Renaut de Bage and can be seen in its opening Prologue:
Strained hydrocarbons; beyond the van't Hoff and Le Bel hypothesis,
Professor Ingledew compares Gawain's sexual temptation to the promiscuous scandals of King Edward's court (specifically the king's rumored rape of the Countess of Salisbury) and its narrative recording and denials by Jean le Bel and Jean Froissart.
Jehan le Bel offered no heated poker story about Edward, however.
The second case study focuses on the motif of the gradus amoris, particularly the issue of consent in love, in Eneas, Erec et Enide, and Le Bel Inconnu.