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sorbin

[′sȯr·bən]
(biochemistry)
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Bamforth has also identified and catalogued all the later, expanded volumes of the Histoires prodigieuses produced with new material by authors Claude Tesserant, Francois de Belleforest, Arnaud Sorbin, Rod Hoyer, and the today unknown 'I.
Sorbin, 1986) and using the theory of dia-logical self (Hermans & Kempen, 1993), McIIveen (2007) argued that personal identity and career identity were dialogical transactions inextricably bound to the historical, environmental, and cultural discourses in which a person exists and evolves (cf.