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43) The reappearance of Madame Vien's work at the Salon drew the attention of several critics, namely Mathon de La Cour, Denis Diderot, and the Abbe Philippe Bridard de la Garde (1710-1767).
Courbage works in the Theory of Complex Systems research group of the Universite Denis Diderot - Paris 7.
113) [Diderot], "Lettre a mon frere du decembre 1760," in Oeuvres de Denis Diderot publiees sur les manuscrits de l'auteur, 15 vols.
A few authors from the eighteenth century are included, but there is no entry for, say, encyclopaedists Denis Diderot and his colleague D'Alembert.
Pierre Amarenco of Denis Diderot University, Paris, and his associates in the SPARCL trial.
One important waypoint on the ascent of the sketch was an assertion by Denis Diderot, who, in his Salon 0f 1765, wrote: "A sketch is generally more spirited than a picture.
Meeks III of the University of Massachusetts and Harold Rosenberg of the Universite Denis Diderot in Paris proved that a complete, embedded minimal surface that was topologically a punctured sphere with no handles had to be either the basic helicoid or the plane.
Its publication was to underwrite the values of two centuries to come, with philosophers Denis Diderot and Jean-Jacques Rousseau and medical scientist Louis de Jaucourt living through arrest, imprisonment, attacks and more for their achievement.
Twigg has every conceivable literary voice here, even Hui Shen and Juan de Fuca, Arthur Dobbs and Denis Diderot, all the Spanish of account, every Cook navigator, a cluster of British sea-otter questers, including the lively seaman John Nicol (the only voice from the lower deck, as it were), and several Bostonians, or Yankees, who by strength of character, circumstances, and better sailing craft, became the masters of the sea-otter trade.
On the living room wall is scrawled a quote from Denis Diderot, the 18th century French writer and philosopher: "Man will never be free until the last king is strangled with the entrails of the last priest.
Philosophe Denis Diderot penned an 18th-century novel featuring talking vaginas, while poet Guillaume Apollinaire spiced up one of his short works with incest and urine fetishism.
Such associations of memories inspire the narrator musically like a harpsichord, the device so dear to eighteenth-century writer Denis Diderot in his narrative schemes.