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cambric

a fine white linen or cotton fabric

cambric

[′kam‚brik]
(textiles)
Tightly woven cotton with one side calendered to resemble linen.
Linen with a sheen.
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Christian Batist's knowledge in expanding the virtual world Habbo globally is the best possible partner Art of Crime could hope for and Christian Batist is just as happy:
It is then alleged that after the woman paid her fare Batist a moved into the back of the cab and assaulted her.
During the journey, Batist a told the woman his name and said he came from Portugal.
Gerald Batist, MD stated: "After reviewing Sunshine's Adva-27a data we became very interested in advancing the development of this compound.
Gerald Batist, Chair, Department of Oncology, McGill University stated "Having been involved in the early mechanistic studies of the therapeutic use of whey proteins, I'm pleased to see this particular formulation being tested in the clinic.
Minutes later he appeared to strike his opponent with an arm -an incident which was missed by Portuguese referee Lucilio Batist a but was captured by television cameras.
Gerald Batist, the Director of the McGill Center for Translational Research in Cancer based at the Jewish General Hospital in Montreal, has joined the Company's Clinical Advisory Board.
NORTHERN IRELAND boss Sammy McIlroy was furious with referee Lucilio Batist a after Greece clinched their place in the finals of the European Championship,writes Ken Gaunt.
Gerald Batist from the Jewish General Hospital in Montreal, Chair of Oncology at McGill University and Study Chair of this clinical trial.
Midfielder Joao Batist a read the delivery perfectly,and stormed into the area ahead of John Arne Riise to slot into the far corner.
These new appointees will join the current members of AEterna Zentaris' Scientific Advisory Board, namely: Gerald Batist, MD, CM, FACP, Director of the McGill Center for Translational Research in Cancer, Chair and Professor, Department of Oncology and Medicine, McGill University, Jewish General Hospital, Montreal, Canada; Rene Frydman, MD, PhD, Head of the Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics at the Hopital Antoine Beclere, Paris; Klaus H.
Gerald Batist, Director of the McGill Centre for Translational Research in Cancer and Professor at the Department of Oncology and Medicine at McGill University in Montreal, as well as lead investigator in Canada for the current Phase III trial in kidney cancer.