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Adolphe, French obstetrician, 1844-1934. See: Pinard maneuver.
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Ian Pinard, the island's public works minister, told CBS News at least 20 people were dead and more were missing.
Marc Pinard struggled mightily to maintain a poker face during last week's shakedown session -- otherwise known as a City Council subcommittee hearing -- to determine whether Worcester should let a developer make a terrific improvement in a key neighborhood we've been dying to rehabilitate.
Our goal is to make students more efficient using digital technology that is intuitive and works with their study habits," says Nicole Pinard, Senior Vice President, XanEdu Publishing, Inc.
Pinard began by showing a great video from the American Association of Railroads (AAR).
After trailing 2-0 at the break at Rhos Aelwyd, Gresford Athletic fought back to earn a draw thanks to goals from Owen Roberts and Rene Pinard.
Sean Dodd and Rene Pinard from the penalty spot scored for the hosts, with Denbigh's Tom Sharples and Liam Jones replying.
Assessment of the fetal heart is mainly by intermittent auscultation with a Pinard fetal stethoscope or by continuous electronic cardiotocography.
Le Pere Pinard at 175 Ludlow Street on the Lower East Side has closed.
This award is a testament to the fantastic team at PIKA, who have pushed the boundaries to develop and bring to market a remarkable product that is setting new standards in the voice application-development market," said Jim Pinard, PIKA's co-founder and president, who accepted the award on PIKA's behalf.
International Symposium on Animal Genomics for Animal Health (2007: Paris, France) Ed by Marie-Helene Pinard et al.
From Quebec, Mychele Amberg, Stephane Corbeil, Yvon Dube, Jean-Luc Dutil, Leo Gallant, Sylvain Hamel, Georges Lasnier, Robert Lavoie, Viateur Lavoie and Jules Pinard.
In the picture from 1998, in honour of our ancestors in midwifery these new midwives dressed in the Icelandic national costume, carrying a pinard.