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Pe·tit

(pĕ-tē'),
Paul, early 20th-century French anatomist. See: Petit aponeurosis.

Pe·tit

(pĕ-tē'),
Jean L., Parisian surgeon, 1674-1750. See: Petit hernia, Petit herniotomy, Petit lumbar triangle.

Pe·tit

(pĕ-tē'),
Alexis T., French physicist, 1791-1820. See: Dulong-Petit law.

Pe·tit

(pĕ-tē'),
François du, French surgeon and anatomist, 1664-1741. See: Petit canals, Petit sinus.
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What Petit wants now is for Arsenal to show the same response as they have after other setbacks this season.
Leadbetter and Clayton are like Vieira and Petit at Arsenal," said Holloway.
The film opens in Paris in 1973 as Petit reads about the as yet unbuilt Twin Towers and decides it will be his masterpiece.
It has been suggested that Henry should be afforded one last outing for France, as a farewell match, and Petit, 44, can see the merit but suspects he is in a minority.
Petit is the Chairman and CEO of MiMedx Group, (NASDAQ: MDXG), a developer, processor, and marketer of regenerative biomaterials and bioimplants.
Petit is also convinced that Wenger - whose contract is up at the end of the season - will stay after being re-energised by Mesut Ozil.
The Petit Bateau ranges focuses on children, from newborn to 12 years of age, with a growing selection for teenagers and adults.
Petit had a long but fitful relationship with the Paris Opera Ballet, which he joined in 1939-40, after training at the POB's school, but left in 1944 in order to work at Paris' Theatre Sarah Bernhardt.
Petit took his first dance steps aged nine at the Paris Opera's School of Dance "and never truly left the house," they said in a statement.
He seems to have a complex over his former club Barcelona," Petit said.
Since he arrived at Nicky Henderson's stable, Petit Robin, who is owned by the Channel Islands-based Poynton family, has progressed without a single significant dip on the curve.
In an abrupt statement, Petit, a Canadian who has served since 2006 as international co-prosecutor at the U.