A Flandrish hat of beevor, bearing in the band the token of Our Lady of Embrun, was drawn low upon the left side to hide that ear which had been partly shorn from his head by a Flemish man-at-arms in a camp broil before Tournay
. His cote-hardie, or tunic, and trunk-hosen were of a purple plum color, with long weepers which hung from either sleeve to below his knees.
It appears that they had formerly been Saracens, which was why they believed in Jupiter, and claimed ten livres of Tournay
from all archbishops, bishops, and mitred abbots with croziers.
In her lucid study of Athena, Petra Tournay
has traced "the pursuit of mannerist traditions" in the novel, considering Banville's use of myth as "one of the dominant mannerist and postmodern themes" (1-2).
Unidentified, Wrecked, And Abandoned Sailing Vessel (LE MARQUIS TOURNAY
Duche M, Ducot B, Tournay
E, Fabre M, Cohen J, Jacquemin E, et al.
madagascariensis is mixed with the leaves of Jatropha curcas, Toddalia asiatica (L.) Lam., and Sporobolus africanus (Poir.) Robyns & Tournay
as a mouthwash .
(9.) Ott D, Siddarth P, Gurbani S, Koh S, Tournay
A, Shields WD, et al.
Grass species which included Cymbopogon nardus (L.) Rendle, Hyparrhenia hirta (L.) Stapf, Miscanthus capensis (Nees) Andersson, Phragmites australis (Cav.) Steud., Sporobolus africanus (Poir.) Robyns & Tournay
, and Sporobolus fimbriatus (Trin.) Nees were harvested to thatch traditional structures such as huts and enclosures.
et al., "Neonatal disease in neutral endopeptidase alloimmunization: Lessons for immunological monitoring," Pediatric Nephrology, vol.
The words of Auguste Tournay
are still meaningful today: "in order to be able to sleep well, one should have an easy stomach, a quiet conscience and a warm feet".
 showed that the contact between rail and wheel has two forms of profile, that is, pointed and comparative according to profile's shape.