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baguette

[ba′get]
(building construction)

baguette

A small, convex molding.
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Este espacio sera obre personal de Luis de Sosa, segun Baguet, y tendra una vida en la parrilla tan larga como le permitio al impulsor del mismo su salud (1992:67).
E o caso de Hermann, que vem como um mercenario, ou Baguet que foi convidado para integrar uma missao norte-americana com objetivo de investigar as possibilidades de exploracao economica na regiao do atual Paraguai.
And with the peloton closing fast in the final stretch Baguet went for glory and powered past an exhausted Lelli who had no power left in his legs.
But in a sun-baked stage 17 today, which was won by Belgian rider Serge Baguet, another fascinating two-man duel continued to unfold between Credit Agricole's Australian rider Stuart O'Grady and German Erik Zabel of the Telekom team.
Considerable research documents, for example, that individuals with even mild-to-moderate severity levels of hypertension benefit from antihypertensive treatment (Mallion, Baguet, Siche, Tremel, & de Guademaris, 1998).
Yves Baguet, Managing Director Clearstream Services added: "This agreement is critical to Clearstream Services.
Yves Baguet, COO, BIL: "We have selected Temenos as our IT platform partner for the future on the basis of their corporate strength, the breadth and depth of their solutions, and their open, flexible and scalable architecture.
O aumento de carnosina muscular com as doses acima mencionadas tem sido frequentemente confirmado em estudos subsequentes (Hill e colaboradores, 2007; Derave e colaboradores, 2007; Baguet e colaboradores, 2010; Del Favero e colaboradores, 2012; Kendrick e colaboradores, 2008; Kendrick e colaboradores, 2009).
Levy P, Tamisier R, Arnaud C, Monneret D, Baguet JP, Stanke-Labesque F, Dematteis M, Godin-Ribuot D, Ribuot C, Pepin JL.
Enquanto Hobson e colaboradores (2013) observaram que a suplementacao de beta-alanina proporcionou uma reducao significante do tempo total para se completar uma prova de 2000 m, Baguet e colaboradores (2010) e Ducker, Dawson e Wallman (2013) observaram apenas efeitos marginais, ou uma tendencia de melhora no desempenho (p = 0,07 no estudo de Baguet; p = 0,055 no estudo de Ducker).