Verheyen

Ver·he·yen

(ver-hī'en),
Philippe, Flemish anatomist, 1648-1710. See: Verheyen stars, stellulae verheyenii.
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Jean Verheyen, CEO Nallian, said, 'We are excited to bring the benefits of our open data sharing platform to the pharmaceutical industry.
The narrator whisks us back to the Netherlands in the late seventeenth century where the great anatomist Philip Verheyen meets his former student, Willem Van Horssen, who guides us to what the master has achieved.
The films screened are Las amigas de ECgata by Laia Alabart, Alba Cros, Laura Rius and Marta Verheyen, La higuiera de los bastardos by Ana Murugarren Fabo, as well as the documentaries Esquece Monelos by Eungeles Huerta and Dancing Beethoven by Arantxa Aguirre.
Verheyen, the former Belgium international forward, has endeavoured to add more strength to his back line by securing the services of Laurens De Bock from Leeds for the season.
Visser gives the example of Lucio Fontana, who painted a canvas which he then sent to the Belgian artist Jef Verheyen, who painted over it before sending it to Hermann Goepfert in Frankfurt.
We learn true stories: of the pioneering seventeenth-century Dutch anatomist Peter Verheyen writing letters to his own amputated and preserved leg, or of Ludwika Chopin smuggling her dead brother Fryderyk's preserved heart back into his native Poland in a jar under her skirt.
INDY Boonen has revealed he turned down a new contract with United because he wanted to play more games and link-up with former manager Gert Verheyen at KV Oostende.
Correspondence should be addressed to Nicolas Verheyen; nicolas.verheyen@medunigraz.at
The deposited specimens in the two museums mentioned above were identified according to Van der Straeten in his previous works (Carlton and Van der Straeten, 1997; Van der Straeten and Verheyen, 1980).
Archibald Primary School reception class youngsters with teaching assistant Michelle Rose, teacher Emma Verheyen and teaching assistant Andrea Mason 260916MGAFIRSTARCHIBALD_02IAN COOPER
But auto-enrollment rarely costs as much as employers fear, says Tony Verheyen, executive director of the Plan Sponsor Council of America, a group representing more than 1,000 employers.
If you match the first 3% that workers put in, for example, and you get another fifth of your workforce to meet that threshold, then auto-enrollment can look like an expensive decision.But auto-enrollment rarely costs as much as employers fear, says Tony Verheyen, executive director of the Plan Sponsor Council of America, a group representing more than 1,000 employers.