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Clemenceau

Georges Eugène Benjamin . 1841--1929, French statesman; prime minister of France (1906--09; 1917--20); negotiated the Treaty of Versailles (1919)
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The second hospital is The Clemenceau Medical Centre at a prime location along King Fahd Road in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Through our equity participation in the new Clemenceau Medical Centre in Dubai, we are underpinning our focus on strategic investments in the sector that will contribute to the well-being of the people and improve upon the reputation of the Emirate as a hub for world-class medical care.
Clemenceau Medical Centre Dubai Healthcare City will offer six operating theatres, 44 consultation clinics, a cardiac centre, an advance and robotic surgery suite, and wide-ranging inpatient and outpatient services offering the latest technologies and medical procedures.
Clemenceau Medicine Network is an assimilated network of centres of
"He was admitted to the Tripoli Hospital yesterday and has since been moved to the ICU at Clemenceau Hospital," the source told The Daily Star.
The Clemenceau Medical Centre in Phase 2 is being developed at a cost of approximately Dh400 million in partnership with Khansaheb Investment and is expected to receive patients by 2018.
DAVID LLOYD GEORGE, Georges Clemenceau, and Woodrow Wilson were men of learning, intelligence, and wide experience.
Beirut's Clemenceau Medical Centre (CMC) was one of the front runners at the inaugural Hospital Build awards bagging five nominations, including those for best hospital design and best interior design.
The Clemenceau, which is highly contaminated with asbestos, will be broken up along with four so-called "ghost ships" from the US naval reserve, which have been languishing in dock at Able's facility at Graythorp, near Hartlepool, since late 2003.
The coalition interactions of General Pershing, Premier Clemenceau, Marshal Foch, and Marshal Haig emphasized the importance of positive relationships among key leaders to create and sustain effective cooperation among allies.
This book examines four statesmen who led their countries successfully in war: Abraham Lincoln and the American Civil War; Georges Clemenceau and WW I in France; Winston Churchill and WW II in Britain; and David Ben-Gurion and the Israeli War of Independence.
Cohen provides sketches of Abraham Lincoln, Georges Clemenceau, Winston Churchill, and David Ben Gurion to argue that the conventional wisdom about civilians meddling in military affairs is all wet.