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Pierre, 20th-century French physician. See: Mauriac syndrome.
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It was the same publisher, Editions de Minuit, which clandestinely published Maritain's A traverse le disaster in 1942 and Mauriac's Cahier noir in 1943.
Mauriac Syndrome is one of the "quite often heard, but nowadays rarely seen" complications of Type 1 diabetes.
Les visiteurs de Malagar, dit aussi centre Francois Mauriac, accueillis en touristes litteraires, toujours assistes par un guide, s'y laissent transporter, en voyage a travers les meandres de la memoire de l'ecrivain.
It was Mauriac who coined the label alitterature ("nonliterature") in his book L'Alitterature contemporaine (1958; The New Literature) to describe the trend in French fiction.
Mauriac, Les Paroles restent, texts compiled and presented by Keith Goesch (Paris: Grasset, 1985), 98.
Only twenty, Mauriac was offered and immediately accepted a post at AFP after his older brother Claude, who had intended to take up the position, was appointed de Gaulle's personal secretary, a position he held until 1949.
In this monograph, Gallagher examines the strikingly similar plot, characters, and themes in Gustave Flaubert's Madame Bovary (1857) and Francois Mauriac's Therese Desqueyroux (1927).
However, independent citing commissioner Paul Mauriac, of France, has now lodged a complaint against O'Connell, whose case will be dealt with at a disciplinary hearing tomorrow.
Through the Past Darkly: History and Memory in Francois Mauriac's Bloc-notes.
Joaquin Monegro (Abel Sanchez de Miguel de Unamuno; Alianza Editorial, Madrid, 1997) y el hombre de leyes, Luis (El nudo de viboras de Francois Mauriac; Editorial Sudamericana, Buenos Aires, 1964), despliegan un legado perversamente elaborado para exponer los pecados que devoran sus espiritus, se dirigen a sus semejantes con crueldad e infunden panico a los corazones mas debiles que los rodean.
The citing commissioner has become king and the second pertinent factor about Krige is that the French official in charge of discipline at Twickenham, Paul Mauriac, did not call the South Africa flanker to account.
Francois Mauriac et Jean Paulhan: Correspondance 1925-1967.