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Claudien, French pathologist, 1866-1903. See: Philippe triangle.
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Camera (color, Panavision widescreen), Pierre Aim; editors, Luc Barnier, Julie Delord; music, Philippe Rombi; art director, Alain Veissier; costume designer, Florence Sadaune; sound (Dolby Digital/DTS Digital), Lucien Balibar, Franck Desmoulins, Roman Dymny, Francois Groult; artistic collaborator, Yael Boon; assistant director, Nicolas Guy; casting, Gerard Moulevrier.
Armed with the requisite qualifications, Patek Philippe sent him to Germany for two years of hands-on experience in sales and marketing, then, on to the United States to test the possible markets and learn the nuances of sales, inventory and after-sale service.
Rummenigge said on Monday: "We've been working on bringing in Philippe Coutinho for quite some time and we're very happy that we've been able to complete this transfer.
"FC Barcelona and Bayern Munich have reached an agreement for the loan of the player Philippe Coutinho to the German club for the 2019/20 season," Barcelona said in a statement.
27, on the Circuit Paul Ricard, home of the 2018 French Grand Prix Formula 1 at Le Castellet near Marseille in the south of France, Philippe died while piloting his race car.
The friendship with Philippe started during his Cartier days, until he decided to start his own line of watches in 1983.
Seven weeks into rebellion marked by weekly clashes in Paris and other French cities, Philippe said the government would introduce a "new law punishing those who do not respect the requirement to declare (protests), those who take part in unauthorised demonstrations and those who arrive at demonstrations wearing face masks."
Philippe's mother, Apryl Philippe, told the Times her son just celebrated his fifth birthday Aug.
Philippe Loret's saliva will be matched with genetic material from skull and jaw bone reportedly belonging to the Nazi leader and held by the former KGB in Moscow.