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rouleau

[rü′lō]
(pathology)
A roll of erythrocytes resembling a stack of coins.
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Rouleau added, "With Tuesday Morning's rebuilding program well underway, now is the right time to transition to new leadership.
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.
Using sniper fire, they neutralized both threats at some distance," Rouleau said.
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.
The three seniors - Brennan, Bevans and Rouleau - all have a scoring average between 82 and 86.
Parcours exceptionnel Le parcours exceptionnel d'Eric Rouleau commence, lorsque Hubert Beuve-Mery, directeur du Monde, lui confie la rubrique du Moyen-Orient.
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.
Le 17 novembre 2010, la Revue a invite l'honorable Paul Rouleau A presenter son article << Doucet-Boudreau, Dialogue and Judicial Activism: Tempest in a Teapot?
Having served as French ambassador to Libya, Tunisia, and Turkey, Rouleau has focused much of his writing on the Arab states in the Middle East and North Africa as well as on such regional countries as Iran, Israel, Turkey, Greece, and Cyprus.
Both Clements and Betcher possess a deep understanding of the challenges facing sales and marketing professionals today," added Rouleau.
Rouleau has been an advocate for Aboriginal rights for 25 years plus.