Ollier


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Ol·li·er

(ō-lē-ā'),
Louis X.E.L., French surgeon, 1830-1900. See: Ollier graft, Ollier disease, Ollier theory, Ollier-Thiersch graft.
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This first episode features Steve and Mhairi Ollier, who live in Stenhousemuir, Scotland.
Three days before Christmas Day, grade 3 pupil Wilmer Ollier Elardo from Purok 3, Busilac in Alfonso Lista, Ifugao was rushed to hospital after he lit a piccolo which immediately exploded in his right hand.
This stay was programmed by Fabienne Ollier, chairman of the organising committee of the contest, in partnership with Rene Trabelsi, head of Royal First Travel.
Michele Ollier, MD, partner and co-founder of Medicxi, and Jonathan Edwards, Ph.
He also met with European Parliament member Michele Alliot Marie, French Parliament member Patrick Ollier and Ms.
This will allow the millions of VLC users to take full advantage of a promising new technology and be widely involved in its democratization," Richard Ollier, co-founder and CEO of Giroptic, said.
Christian Ollier, head of Monaco's gambling service, said: "These gentlemen were very good.
3) The most common type of enchondromatosis is Ollier disease-enchondromas of the long bones sparing the spine and skull-which occurs in 1/100,000 patients.
The post - which was started by Mhairi Ollier, 48, from Larbert, Stirlingshire, in February last year after her husband Steve, 48, found the ring - had been shared more than 40,000 times by then.
First described by Ollier in 1899, this rare condition has been documented only slightly more than 100 times in the 30 years prior to 1998.
Speakers will include Abdulaziz Al-Swailem, vice-president for scientific research support, Graham Harrison of the National Science Foundation, William Ollier from the University of Manchester, Mohammed Zamakhshary, assistant deputy minister for planning and training at Ministry of Health, and Fahad Al-Hussein, chief executive officer of TAQNIA.