Maugis

Maugis

enchanter; one of Charlemagne’s paladins. [Fr. Folk-lore: Harvey, 526]
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Maugis, "Adhesion of spheres: the JKR-DMT transition using a Dugdale model," Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, vol.
Their topics include magical and maligned metalworkers: understanding representations of early and high medieval blacksmiths, magical gifts in Gottfried von Strassburg's Tristan und Isolde and the rejection of magic, magic at the margins: the mystification of Maugis d'Aigremont, representing magic and science in The Franklin's Tale and The Canon's Yeoman's Tale: Chaucer's exploration of connected topics, and attempted murder by magic: the sorcerer and his apprentice in Marguerite de Navarre's HeptamAaAaAeA?ron 1.
Top speakers include Frank Wang (Vice President of Commercial Operation, Takeda), Joseph Jia (Vice President/Business Unit Head, Shanghai CP Guojian Pharmaceutical), Victoire Maugis de Lajudie (Director, Customer Innovation, Sanofi), William Liang (Vice President, Oncology Business Unit, AstraZeneca) and Timothy White (Global Head of Customer Experience, Teva Pharmaceuticals, Netherlands).
Behaviour of adhesive particle is generally investigated basing on three different concepts model DMT (Derjaguin, Muller and Toporov) [11-13], JKR (Johnson, Kendall and Roberts) [14-16], MD (Maugis and Dugdale) [17].
Maugis (48) gives an account of van der Waals forces between solids.
A needs-analysis guides both training managers and instructional designers to match the requirements of a target audience with instructional solutions (Alessi & Trollip, 2001; Anderson & Elloumi, 2004; Choucri, Maugis, Madnick, & Siegel, 2003; Khan, 2005; Mager, 1991; Reeves, 1997).
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His shadier enthusiasts were the reprobate novelist, Jean Lorrain (later to become the character Maugis in Colette's novels) and Robert, duc de Montesquiou, who was substantially the original of both Huysma ns's duc des Esseintes and Proust's baron de Charlus.