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Toulouse

a gray goose, with white underparts and orange legs and beak.
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Toulouse geese. By permission from Sambraus HH, Livestock Breeds, Mosby, 1992
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Access Commerce is headquartered in Toulouse, France and Chicago, Illinois and has offices located in North America, France and Germany.
Accounting for the temporary effects on sea level of natural phenomena such as volcanic eruptions is essential to accurately predicting sea level rise in response to human-induced climate change, Anny Cazenave of the National Center for Space Studies in Toulouse, France, notes in a commentary accompanying the Nov.
Some passengers of an Air France flight from Paris to Libreville in Africa were treated for shock on 24 December after an air rage incident forced an unscheduled landing in Toulouse, France.
Ants don't have police officers or traffic lights, but crowded streams of workers readily redirect themselves into new traffic patterns that case congestion, according to Audrey Dussutour of Paul Sabatier University in Toulouse, France.
SpeedNews is currently holding its 7th Annual Aviation Industry Suppliers Conference (AISCT) in Toulouse, France with more than 165 attendees representing 125 different companies from 21 countries.
This new acoustic description "should have application everywhere a human is embedded in an acoustic sound scape," comments acoustics specialist Vincent Gibiat of the Universite Paul Sabatier in Toulouse, France.
CHICAGO & TOULOUSE, France -- Access Commerce (Euronext:7424), a leading provider of multichannel commerce solutions, today announced that Cameleon 4.
Rosei and his colleagues at Aarhus and the National Center for Scientific Research in Toulouse, France, describe the molecule's unexpected template behavior in the April 12 Science.
This typically heralds a winter with milder temperatures and more-humid conditions than normal in northern Europe, says Annie Souriau, a climatologist at the National Center for Space Studies in Toulouse, France.
Jean Fajadet, Clinique Pasteur Unite de Cardiologie Interventionnelle, Toulouse, France, and a co-principal investigator of the ENDEAVOR II trial.