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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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Petit has become a huge fan of the commitment shown by Martin O'Neill's men.
But in their urgency to make Petit what they needed her to be, those who documented Belgium's wartime resistance plunged her story into a bog of hagiography.
Mind, if we had to go with it I think I'll be taking the Petit role - but only because of the hair.
Pat Skelly, Managing Director for Petit Forestier UK said, "By understanding our customers' requirements, we have increased our fleet in the areas where we have the most demand.
Why not, but people don't like Thierry Henry," Petit said.
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Laurent Cabioch, general manager of Fashion & Lifestyle at Al Khayyat Investments, said: "We are extremely delighted to open this flagship store for Petit Bateau in Dubai Mall.
Jeanmaire, ballerina turned music hall performer who collaborated with her husband, and the couple's daughter Valentine, saluted Petit as "not only a great innovator .
Petit was, as French Culture Minister Frederic Mitterrand said Sunday, "one of the major choreographers of the 20th century.
London, Mar 14 (ANI): Arsenal legend Emmanuel Petit has accused the club players of "cracking up" under pressure, adding that skipper Cesc Fabregas needs to see a shrink.