Muret


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Mu·ret

(mū-rā'),
Paul-Louis, early 20th-century French physician. See: Quénu-Muret sign.
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Channels at YouTube will need to have at least 1,000 subscribers and 4,000 hours of watch time within the past year to be eligible for ads, according to Muret.
Liz Wilcox, Assistant Manager of WNSC's Enterprise and Development Department, commented, "We hope that this established partnership will continue, with our Motor Vehicle Apprentices visiting Muret in 2016 and of course we hope to welcome another group of French Apprentices."
"That disappeared because it was an old-fashioned and outmoded title, and the same should be happening to mademoiselle," Muret said.
It is clear that Leroux's primary interest is in questions of genre, and if the approach sometimes risks being overly formal and schematic (not to say glutted with detail), it also has the virtue of illuminating the context of composition and reception, for example in demonstrating how Muret exploits topoi to polemical ends, as interventions in wider literary debates.
Entre el mito y la realidad>>), Martin Alvira Cabrer, de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid (<<Despues de las Navas de Tolosa y antes de Bouvines: la batalla de Muret [1213] y sus consecuencias>>) y William Chester Jordan, de la universidad de Princeton (<<The French victory at Bouvines [1214] and the persistent seduction of war>>).
Muret, however, receives the full force of his critique.
Ronsard & Muret: Les Amours, leurs Commentaires.
Channels at YouTube will need at least 1,000 subscribers and 4,000 hours of watch time in the past year to be eligible for ads, according to YouTube vice president of display, video and analytics Paul Muret. (AFP/File / LIONEL BONAVENTURE / MANILA BULLETIN)
As one of Europe's most famous humanist printers, he wanted to publish an edition of Seneca, but Muret beat him to it, bringing out an edition in Rome that was expanded some time later by Nicolas Le Fevre and then reprinted in Paris.