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Luc

(lūk),
Henri, French laryngologist, 1855-1925. See: Luc operation, Caldwell-Luc operation, Ogston-Luc operation.
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Ainsi, apres feux Tainan Kone (2016), Yehenoun Kone (2017) et Gbele Kone dit "Gbeledjan" (2018), chefs de village successifs de la localite, la jeunesse de la ville de Niakaramadougou va-t-elle rendre hommage au Chef de canton, Luc Tebetien Kone.
The LUC Flying T Twin Baguette is all this at once and more.
Based on these findings, the patient was hospitalized with the diagnosis of otitis media complicated by Luc's abscess.
'In line with this administration's tradition of inclusive governance and civic engagement, and as a government that is committed to the welfare of its citizens and understands the importance of continuously engaging the populace, we undertook extensive dialogue with various stakeholders on the Land Use Charge (LUC) revised Law and its implementation.
The authors have compared this variability in dry matter yield due to soil properties in LUC units with the range in APSIM predictions (using generic LUC class soils), which is in fact due to climate variability (Fig.
Luc will show the trophy to supporters - who plan to pay their own tribute to a player who starred for both clubs - before placing it on a plinth ahead of kick-off.
Also, Luc Therapeutics will be responsible for further development of compounds identified under the Ataxia programme.
The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland's Emer Barry added: "INESPO 2016 has a very high standard of entries and on behalf of SEAI I wish to congratulate Luc."
Something a lot of people don't know about Luc, is that he is the patriarch of a very large family.
Presented under the leadership of its chairperson, HE Sheikha Al Mayassa bint Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani, the competition was inspired by the work of internationally-acclaimed Belgian artist Luc Tuymans, whose major retrospective "Intolerance" is currently on display at the QM gallery at Al Riwaq until January 30.
Caldwell-Luc procedurewas described by George Caldwell in 1893 and Henri Luc in 1897 as a surgical approach to the maxillary sinus via canine fossa to address the diseases of maxillary sinus1.
The Spirit of Luc Boltanski: Essays on the 'Pragmatic Sociology of Critique'.