Marchand


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Mar·chand

(mahr'shahnd),
Felix J., German pathologist, 1846-1928. See: Marchand adrenals, Marchand rest, Marchand wandering cell.
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"Truly!" replied the poet, bridling a little; "that is, to say, there are two of us; Jehan Marchand, who has sawed the planks and erected the framework of the theatre and the woodwork; and I, who have made the piece.
le Prevot des Marchands to assemble the municipal guard and to march upon the Bastile on the king's immediate service."
Release date- 19082019 - SOAS University of London Emeritus Professor, Trevor Marchand's work on craft, handskill, embodied knowledge and education has recently been featured in the TES, where Professor Marchand discusses the need for hands-on learning in schools.
LOUIS Facing elimination in a hostile environment, Brad Marchand and Tuukka Rask stepped up for the Boston Bruins once again.
Facing elimination in an oh-so-hostile environment, Tuukka Rask and Brad Marchand stepped up for the Boston Bruins once again.
Le ministere de l'Interieur a publie dimanche des precisions sur "la mort suspecte" samedi a Kairouan du frere d'un marchand ambulant.
Sylvain Marchand, assistant director, ground maintenance and mobile equipment--gave an example: "On January 12, 2017 at 1900hrs, it was +7[degrees]C [4.6[degrees]F] and pouring rain.
Centenarian cyclist Robert Marchand donned his lycra shorts againon Fridayand rode cautiously around France's indoor Velodrome National, becoming by far the oldest person to take a spin on the circuit.
FULHAM'S new French signing Maxime Le Marchand came over like compatriot chef Michel Roux Jr when asking fans to keep their nerve.
MAXIME LE MARCHAND is hoping Fulham fans can keep their nerve -- or Mrs Le Marchand might give everyone 'nil points'!
Marchand, MPH, and the promotion of Kent Nicaud, COO-Operations, to President/CEO effective Aug.
The preternaturally elegant Hugo Marchand has done just that at the Paris Opera Ballet.