Tardieu

Tar·dieu

(tar-dyu'),
A. A., French pathologist, 1818-1879. See: Tardieu ecchymoses, Tardieu petechiae, Tardieu spots.
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Otez-moi d'un Doute (Just To Be Sure) (2017) directed by Carine Tardieu tackles paternity issues between Erwan (Francois Damiens) and his two fathers.
(10) Michel Tardieu and Jean-Daniel Dubois provide a variety of pragmatic differences and distinguish between eight senses (11) of the word gnostic: epistemological; (12) employed by gnostic movements; (13) heresiological; (14) used by Clement of Alexandria; (15) used by Evagrius Ponticus; (16) the esoteric sense from the 16th century; (17) the religious syncretistic approach; (18) and the psychological understanding.
In France, Andre Tardieu, the official put in charge of overseeing Franco-American affairs and a key adviser to the French Ministry of Commerce, and renowned economic historian Henri Hauser happily viewed the future of their country as junior partner to the American economic giant.
Braun KP, Builder MM, Chabrier S, Kirkham FJ, Uiterwaal CS, Tardieu M, et al.
The award was handed over by the Chief Executive Officer of Bureau Veritas Qatar, Selim Kseib, to General Manager of ABA Hospitality Philippe Tardieu. Tardieu thanked his team for their efforts and said,"Ali Bin Ali Group is investing a lot in the hospitality industry.
ABA Hospitality general manager Philippe Tardieu receiving the certificate from Bureau Veritas Qatar CEO Selim Kseib during the awarding ceremony.
Two rooms are devoted to painting and sculpture by Vu's father, Vu Cao Dam (1908-2000), who was trained by Victor Tardieu in Hanoi, and there is a small corridor crowded with their collection of works by Gnoli.
There's also a very strong economic drive for doing renewables now, because costs have come down extremely fast," said WindEurope's Chief Policy Officer Pierre Tardieu.