In 1889 it practically confiscated the Paris system
, and after nine years of litigation paid five million francs to its owners.
Several cytology reporting systems have been proposed and used in practice, including the current Bethesda System for Reporting Thyroid Cytopathology, (10) the Paris System
for Reporting Urinary Cytology, (11) a recently proposed system for reporting endometrial cytology, (12) and the current Bethesda System for Reporting Cervical Cytology.
The source loading was done in accordance with Paris System
There are four of these schools today in France, offering research and training in a variety of disciplines, and they have all been integrated into the University of Paris system
. The most popular of these, and the toughest to get into, is the ENS (Ecole Normale Superieure) in Paris.
But after living in both London and Paris, she wondered whether the Paris system
was perhaps preferable to conditions in London, "where it (vice) is suffered to walk at large soliciting the unwary, and unguarded as it is to a most astonishing height in the streets of London and where virtuous females are frequently subject to insult." It was quite a comment for a Massachusetts woman to make.
Washington began using the PARIS system
this way in 2003, focusing on long-term care beneficiaries, most of them in nursing homes, and working in partnership from the start with the Washington State Department of Veterans Affairs.
The Paris system
allows users to swipe membership cards through a meter similar to a parking meter, which then automatically unlocks a bike from a stand.
Because the elastic properties of both forms of calcium sulfate are known, these 3-D images could be used as input into a finite element software package  to compute the elastic properties of the material as a function of degree of hydration, w/s, chemical additives, etc., as has been done previously for computer model microstructures designed to mimic the Plaster of Paris system