violle

violle

[vyȯl]
(optics)
A unit of luminous intensity, equal to the luminous intensity of 1 square centimeter of platinum at its temperature of solidification; it is found experimentally to be equal to 20.17 candelas.
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Un atributo funcional se relaciona estrechamente con el desempeno del organismo en la comunidad (Lavorel & Gamier, 2002; Violle et al.
The nine French nationals were identified as Richard Violle, 42; Anne Violle, 34; Laurent Lamolle, 53; Sean Marc Negro, 57; Eloide Negro, 31; Francoise Negro, 59; Patrick Blanchet, 41; Gilbert Raynal, 64; and Erik Charpenter, 41.
21 August 2013 - US telecoms company Violle LLC, together with private equity firm NewSpring Capital, has bought a majority stake in domestic Utilipath LLC, which provides construction services in the telecommunications infrastructure services area, the buyers said.
As a result of the deal, Violle will be amalgamated into Utilipath to form a new division dubbed Utilipath Fiber Networks, which will engage in the provision of turnkey dark fibre solutions, the buyers noted.
21 August 2013 a[euro]" US telecoms company Violle LLC, together with private equity firm NewSpring Capital, has bought a majority stake in domestic Utilipath LLC, which provides construction services in theA telecommunications infrastructure services area, the buyers said.
Country: USASector: Construction/Real Estate, TelecommunicationsTarget: Utilipath LLCBuyer: Violle LLC, NewSpring CapitalType: Corporate acquisition, LBOStatus: Closed
In 1898, Scheiner brought apparent unification to the problem when he applied Stefan's law [6] to data acquired by Pouillet, Secchi, Violle, Soret, Langley, Wilson, Gray, Paschen, and Rosetti [13].
Groupe d'Etude et de Recherche sur le Handicap, Faculte de Medecine, Centre Gerontologique de Champmaillot, 2 rue Jules Violle, 21000 Dijon, France
VIOLLE, NEWSPRING CAPITAL TAKE LION'S SHARE OF UTILIPATH