Nysten

Ny·sten

(nē-stan[h]'),
Pierre H., French physician, 1771-1818. See: Nysten law.
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Born in Canada's capital Ottawa to a Lebanese mother and a Finnish father, Anastasia Nysten grew up in Finland, France and Lebanon and believes her magnificent cultural mix has created a mind made for interior designs with a difference.
Summary: To 30-year-old emerging furniture designer Anastasia Nysten, an empty space is a world of possibilities.
(36) Dorte Fouquet and Jana Nysten, "Support Schemes and Free Movement Law," 30 September 2014, http://www.keepontrack.eu/contents/virtualhelpdeskdocuments/update-free-movement_9477.
(23) PFO can lead to fat embolism (Nysten, et al) and bilateral central retinal artery occlusion, thus leading to blindness.
Some wellknown nineteenth-century practitioners active in France include Julien Legallois (1770-1814), Pierre-Hubert Nysten (1771-1818), Guillaume Dupuytren (1777-1835), Nicola Blondlot (1808-1877), Achille Longet (1811-1871), Francois Magendie (1783-1855), Jean Pierre Flourens (1794-1867), Claude Bernard (1813-1878), Louis Pasteur (1822-1895), Paul Bert (1833-1886) and the Russian-French Elias von Cyon (1843-1912).
The acquisition is seen to further improve Kemira's abilities to serve its clients in the paper segment especially on the continental European market, Kenneth Nysten, the senior vice president of the company's regional business unit Paper EMEA, said in a statement in February when the deal was announced.
This acquisition of the AKD emulsion business is one part in implementing our strategy and will further strengthen our possibilities to serve our Paper customers especially on the continental European market", said Kenneth Nysten, Senior Vice President, Regional Business Unit Paper EMEA.
Smith; his mother, Neveda Watts Nysten of Springfield; a son, Bobby Isitt of Springfield; two stepsons, Mathew Isitt of Junction City and Daniel Isitt of Springfield; two brothers, William Smith of Battle Mountain, Nev., and Gerry Nysten of Pueblo Springs, Colo.; a stepbrother, Arnold Nysten of Sacramento; a stepsister, Diane White of El Paso, Texas; and six grandchildren.
[12] Joutti, A., Schultz, E., Pessala, P., Nysten, T., and Hellston, P., 2003, "Ecotoxicity of alternative de-icers," JSS - J.