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César, Swiss surgeon, 1857-1934. See: Roux-en-Y anastomosis, Roux-en-Y operation.

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Philibert J., French surgeon, 1780-1854. See: Roux method.

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Pierre P.E., French bacteriologist, 1853-1933. See: Ro spatula, Roux stain.
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And that's just what Le Roux did, crashing over from close range to capitalise on some excellent work from his pack and the quick thinking of scrum-half Sam Brown.
Connacht take on Ulster on Saturday at the Sportsground in the first of the derbies and Roux is braced to face former team-mate John Cooney.
Albert's son, Michel Roux Jr, is chef-patron at the family's other temple to fine dining, Le Gavroche, and is more relaxed about customers photographing the food.
Roux has previously served the European Organisation for Rare Diseases (EURORDIS) as its public affairs director and has experience in leading engagement with European and international policy-makers.
but he had applied for a job at the Roux brothers' Waterside at Bray and been offered a position as first commis de cuisine.
Main features: this consultation concerns the supply, installation and commissioning of a system ultrafiltration on the website of the Centre Hospitalier Emile Roux - 43000 Le Puy en Velay, with supply of consumables as part of a purchase-order market
The chef personally recommends the tender beef bourguignon, with brown roux that is cooked longer and with more patience than usual.
That will help us sustain the route and develop again, Roux said.
Indeed, Roux sees the commercial aspect as helping to push racial transformation in the sport.
A native of France and graduate of l'Ecole Nationale Superieure d'Arts et Metiers, Roux succeeds Bob Cartmel, who will remain with Lafarge Group, assisting the Lafarge-Holcim integration project.
The report will no doubt have embarrassed Andy and top chefs Albert Roux and Darin Campbell.
In a last-ditch plea to the court, Roux sought to show there was enough doubt about the state's case to make a murder conviction impossible.