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Treves

(trēvs),
Frederick, English surgeon, 1853-1923. See: Treves fold.

Treves

(trēvs),
Norman, U.S. surgeon, 1894-1964. See: Stewart-Treves syndrome.
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Treves added that the areas, which are shaded with appropriate greenery and structures, are used nearly every day for at least six months each year.
Mr Treves said: "There have been many hard times - both within the society and in the wider financial world - but we have nevertheless strengthened, stabilised and simplified the business to get the best possible outcome for policyholders.
Mr Treves has also called on Government to "acknowledge their moral duty" and accept the Ombudsman's findings and conclusions.
Frederick Treves is a charming old boy - a retired lawyer who is getting rather frail and shaky on his legs," reveals the 74-year-old actor.
Miss Marple, an old school friend of Lady Tressilian, is intrigued when the eccentric Treves tells a story about a child murderer who was never convicted.
Venice 3, Eagle Rock 0: Jack Treves had 11 kills, nine digs and four blocks as seventh-seeded host Venice defeated 26th-seeded Eagle Rock 25-19, 25-9, 25-17.
But French firm Treves, which sub-contracts the work to Remploy, said it intends to switch production to eastern Europe to cut costs.
Siguiendo a Renato Treves dentro de las vertientes de investigacion de la sociologia del derecho se puede ubicar como primera area de estudio, el abordaje de la produccion de normas y el proceso legislativo de aprobacion de leyes.
Las dos primeras partes son precedidas de una introduccion presentadas por los moderadores Juan Antonio Corrillo Salcedo y Tullio Treves.
Frederick Treves (Anthony Hopkins) and John Merrick (John Hurt) introduces us to a carnival side show attraction who turns out to be an exquisitely gentle human being.