Lefevre

Le·fèv·re

(lĕ-fev'rĕ),
Paul, 20th-century French dermatologist. See: Papillon-Lefèvre syndrome.
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Then there was Mason of Bradford, and the notorious Muller, and Lefevre of Montpellier, and Samson of new Orleans.
A very peculiar movement for a snail," says Sjannie Lefevre of the University of Oslo in Norway.
LeFevre tells patients who ask him if they should be screened for vitamin D levels or if they could benefit from vitamin D supplementation.
Rachelle Lefevre Under the Dome Channel 5, 10pm This compelling saga centres on the residents of Chester's Mill, a small American town trapped under a mysterious force field.
This new range of visual carriers is a pure evolution of our technology and expertise" said Fabrice Lefevre, global scientific marketing manager, Induchem.
Lefevre) Fair; four brothers, Russell Brisson of Central Village, CT, Ryan Fair of Chatham, NY and her twin brothers who will miss her greatly Owen & Howard Fair; a sister, Heather Farmosa of West Roxbury; maternal grandmother, Joyce Lefevre of Central Village, CT; paternal grandparents, William & Judy Fair of West Brookfield; aunts, uncles and cousins.
Keller Williams NYC (KWNYC) announced the addition of Janet Wilkinson and Susan LeFevre to the sales team.
LeFevre joined Jarden through the acquisition of American Household, Inc.
Founders Charles Lefevre and Leslie Scott started the Eugene festival in 2006 to celebrate, promote and educate people about wild Oregon truffles.
In 2001, the Law Society of Scotland found Lefevre guilty of "unsatisfactory conduct" in 2001.
Together with a team of researchers from the James Cook University, Dr Sjannie Lefevre and Prof Goran Nilsson at the University of Oslo in Norway looked for the first time at the effects of increased temperature on the ability of the snail to deliver oxygen to tissues during jumping provoked by the predator odour.