et al., "Decrease in pulse pressure and stroke volume variations after mini-fluid challenge accurately predicts fluid responsiveness," British Journal of Anaesthesia, vol.
He does this by focusing on three major French naturist/nudist sites: the lie du Levant, Montalivet, and Cap D'Agde, while delineating the stories of a number of key figures associated with these sites (principally the Durville
brothers, Marcel Kienne de Mongeot, Albert Lecocq, and the Oltra brothers).
by David Keith & Gernot Wagner An Adelie penguin stands atop a block of melting ice near the French station at Dumont dUrville
in East Antarctica January 23, 2010.
, "Chemical characterization of aerosols in the equatorial atmosphere over the Indian Ocean," Atmospheric Environment, vol.
Camille Claudel was danced at different performances by Emilie Durville
or Graziella Lorriaux; Auguste Rodin by Marcin Kaczorowski or Edi Blloshmi; and Rose Beuret by Marie-Eve Lapointe or Eline Malegue.
FRICKE, R., MULOCHAU, T., DURVILLE
, P., CHABANET, P.
According to Durville
and Meneroud (1982), the phenomenon of liquefaction arose during the last earthquake (October 10th, 1980) in a vast alluvial valley crossed by the Chlef River and in the zone of confluence of this river with the Fodda River, as shown in figures 1 and 2.
President Ineke Durville
said kids with complex needs were too often being placed in night-time emergency services when they needed more structure and support.
"A new three-storey retail complex has also opened up in the city centre that includes the likes of Zara, Slater Menswear and Roberto Durville
Meighs casts parts in its Durville
tilt-pour process using aluminum bronzes, super austenitic and duplex stainless steels, nickel-based and other corrosive-resistant materials.