Coppet


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Coppet

(kôpā`), village, Vaud canton, SW Switzerland, on the Lake of Geneva. It is noted for its château, once the residence of Jacques Necker and his daughter, Mme de Staël.
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The emblematic figure of this second interpretation is Marilyn Strathern (1988); it has also been defended in France by Daniel de Coppet (see Iteanu 2010).
Serological testing was performed at the Geneva university hospitals laboratory for viral diagnoses and at Unilabs laboratory (Coppet, Switzerland) for parasitic diagnoses.
Gaudier, E., Jarry, A., Blottiere, H., De Coppet, P., Buisine, M., Aubert, J.
A brief comparison of Sedgwick's and Hawthorne's visits to de Stael's chateau at Coppet shows Hawthorne making an unconvincing expression of apathy, while Sedgwick admits to a surprisingly gothic sensation of horror.
She spent much of her life in exile, at Coppet, in Switzerland.
The bottom-side heating process can radiate heat throughout the board, otherwise known as "conduction." The greater the surface area of the coppet; the greater the ability to conduct heat through the conduction mechanism.
Some authors are able to refer to Clausewitz's visits to their country, for example, Belgium and Switzerland, with the latter claiming that Madame de Stael and August von Schlegel re-invigorated his nationalism and romanticism during his rather comfortable time as a prisoner in Castle Coppet on Lake Geneva during the French occupation.
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