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(mah-sawn[h]'),
Pierre, Canadian pathologist, 1880-1959. See: Masson-Fontana ammoniac silver stain. See entries under stain
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Masson, a painter, held to a doctrine of eternal recurrence that was petrifying.
Lee Masson became double squash and raquetball champion at Stirling LawnTennis and Squash Club recently.
Contract Notice: Public contract for the improvement of the hvac installations of the saint-gilles building and the square arthur masson building
Perthshire-born Tom Masson enjoyed a fruitful career on the Southern racing scene in the years following World War Two.
Dubai: Xavier Masson outclassed Michel Katrib 6-0, 6-1 to win the men's open crown at the inaugural Dubai Marine Beach Resort and Spa Men's Open Tennis that concluded earlier this week.
Using plain skull radiography and pneumoencephalography in the series of nine patients with the aforementioned symptoms, Dyke, Davidoff and Masson reported thickening of skull bones and asymmetry of lateral ventricles [3].
Many Hispanists will have heard of the polemic surrounding Nicolas Masson de Morvilliers' entry "Espagne" in the Encyclopedie methodique, published in 1782.
With three-quarters of SDM customers being women, beauty is critical to the chain's success, according to Cathy Masson, vice president of category management for beauty.
Women love beauty, whether it be skin care, makeup, lipstick, whatever it might be, they love beauty," says Cathy Masson, SDM's vice president of category management for beauty.
Bollore seeks to develop transit mechanisms in the Suez Canal, according to Emmanual Masson, the Project and New Business Lines director at French company Bollore Transport and Logistics.
Allan Masson, 43, was on his way to a court case when he ran into 69-year-old Joseph Leghorn, who was waving down traffic to warn about the state of the road.
The new Masson Family Endowment and Masson Family First Nations Transition Program Award at the University of Lethbridge will support both the university's First Nations Transition Program as well as individual FNTP students.