Sottas

Sot·tas

(sō'tahz),
Jules, French neurologist, 1866-1943. See: Dejerine-Sottas disease.
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This procedure yielded aesthetically satisfactory results for patients and good results in de la Sottas cohort of three patients.
Ahlgrim C, Pottgiesser T, Robinson N, Sottas PE, Ruecker G, Schumacher YO.
Rapport OMCT, Eric Sottas, Directeur, Geneva, apud George, Neamtu.
Eric Sottas, Secretary General, World Organisation Against Torture stressed
Eric Sottas, Director of the International Organisation Against
Eric Sottas, General Secretary of the Geneva-based World Organization against Torture (OMCT), deplored what he called "a sort of passivity on the part of international bodies" over events around the camp, home to some 3,500 people.
La migration est un deplacement multidirectionnel et, comme le disent Droz et Sottas, " la conception d'un demenagement definitif ou d'un deplacement irreversible ne rend pas compte de la realite sociale, car les phenomenes migratoires observables aujourd'hui sont -- pour la plupart -- bidirectionnels ou circulaires >> (1997 : 70).
Eric Sottas, director de la Organizacion Mundial contra la Tortura (OMT), dice en entrevista con la corresponsal que lo que han visto en las fotografias difundidas por el Pentagono es suficiente para empezar a denunciar y exigir que eso termine.
However, many clinicians still refer to it by the names of the French doctors who first described it in the late 19th century, Joseph Jules Dejerine and Jules Sottas.
Since human rights and fundamental freedoms are indivisible, the full realization of civil and political rights without enjoyment of economic, social and cultural rights is impossible (cited in Sottas 1991:220).