Lefevre

Le·fèv·re

(lĕ-fev'rĕ),
Paul, 20th-century French dermatologist. See: Papillon-Lefèvre syndrome.
References in classic literature ?
Then there was Mason of Bradford, and the notorious Muller, and Lefevre of Montpellier, and Samson of new Orleans.
"One of the very most important responsibilities of the board is to hire the superintendent," said board President Robert LeFevre Jr., a member since 2005 who is taking part in his third superintendent search.
Papillon Lefevre Syndrome is an autosomal recessive disorder.1 Clinical presentation include palmoplantar keratoderma with a rapidly progressive periodontal disease.2 This may lead to premature loss of both the deciduous and permanent dentitions.2 Characteristic radiographic features include generalized horizontal and vertical bone loss with a classical "floating in air" appearance.
Carla LeFevre, who has taught diction for more than thirty years, has devised a set of diction study cards.
The Papillon-Lefevre syndrome (PLS) was first described by Papillon and Lefevre in 1924.1 It is an autosomal recessive disorder that is caused by mutations in cathepsin C (CTSC) gene.
Leanne Nield took the brave step of reading out her victim impact statement in court as her ex-partner John Lefevre sat in the dock.
The newly elected directors are Nicholas Graziano, Alan LeFevre, Juan Miguel Mendoza, and Margarita Palau-Hernandez.
PAUL Drinkhall will be not be joined at this year's Commonwealth Games by Karina LeFevre, who has been controversially overlooked.
The in-form Karina LeFevre, ranked at three in England and the overall GP Singles champion four times in the past five years, should retain her Liverpool crown.
The social networking site has just hired the former VP of scripted programming at MTV, Mina Lefevre.
Charles Lefevre and his dog, Dante, hunt for commercial truffles during a recent outing in the Willamette Valley.