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rouleau

[rü′lō]
(pathology)
A roll of erythrocytes resembling a stack of coins.
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Caption: ABOVE: MGen Rouleau during a townhail with members of CANSOFCOM deployed to Iraq earlier this year.
Rouleau just completed her sophomore season at Linn-Benton where she was selected first-team all-America by the American Volleyball Coaches Association after leading the Roadrunners with 434 assists and 14 service aces in 12 Northwest Athletic Conference matches.
Rouleau has shown his liking for the surface when winning his maiden at Wolverhampton in June this year.
Jumblatt went on to explain how Rouleau witnessed the tough times in the Middle East and thoroughly analyzed the fallout, especially the Arab-Israeli war.
Rouleau said the troops were assigned to do it because the local fighters "have neither the tools nor the training whatsoever to be able to do this.
Rouleau said the Canadians used sniper fire and "neutralized" the machine gun and mortar without taking any casualties.
Questions have also come up about how much information Canada shared with the United States about Zehaf-Bibeau and Rouleau, who ran over two Canadian soldiers in Quebec with a car, killing one, last week.
Michael Rouleau brings a strong track record of retail operational excellence in this regard.
Parcours exceptionnel Le parcours exceptionnel d'Eric Rouleau commence, lorsque Hubert Beuve-Mery, directeur du Monde, lui confie la rubrique du Moyen-Orient.
Gaudet ceded artistic directorship to Denis Rouleau in 1990.
Rouleau and his team used modern DNA sequencing technologies to identify genetic changes in patients with schizophrenia whose parents showed no signs of the disease.
Professor Guy Rouleau, from Montreal University in Canada, said: "Sequencing the gene not only allows us to understand the disease.