Raoult

Ra·oult

(rah-ūl'),
François, M., French physicist, 1830-1899. See: Raoult law.
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Raoult Ratard, Louisiana's state epidemiologist, said its only entry to the brain is through minute openings in a bone about level with the top of the eyeball.
NNA - 2/5/2012 - French Deputy, Eric Raoult, said Wednesday that incumbent President Nicolas Sarkozy is not willing to withdraw the French citizenship from Lebanese descendants.
From left: Mohamed al-Rumaihi, Khalid Abdulla-Janahi, Eric Raoult.
Mahajan SK, Kashyap R, Sankhyan N, Sharma V, Rolain JM, Prasher BS, Raoult D.
The controversy began after Eric Raoult, a lawmaker and member of Sarkozy's ruling UMP party, wrote to the culture minister in early November recommending that NDiaye be reminded of the "duty of restraint" that comes with the Prix Goncourt.
Didier Raoult, a professor at the University of Marseille School of Medicine in France suggests that as global climate warms, dog ticks might be more likely to bite people, and tick-transmitted diseases might become more common.
The big advantage of our company doing relocation--as opposed to 'just' relocation companies--is that we have all the knowledge in-house and are backed up by specialists of all fields of a real estate company, which help us when dealing with contractual matters, rental law or insurance claims at the time of move-out," Caroline Raoult, one of KMP's two-man relocation team, explained to Swiss News.
These things can be replicated, but we quickly found that they aren't bacteria at all" says Didier Raoult, a microbiologist at the National Center for Scientific Research in Marseille, France.
The French physical chemist Francois-Marie Raoult (1830-1901) showed in 1886 that the partial pressure of solvent vapors in equilibrium with a solution is directly proportional to the ratio of the number of solvent molecules to solute molecules.