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guyot

[gē′ō]
(geology)
A seamount, usually deeper than 100 fathoms (180 meters), having a smooth platform top. Also known as tablemount.
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Esta nueva practica implica pensar la praxis como una accion reflexiva (Guyot, 2005) que puede transformar la teoria que la rige porque "ambas, teoria y practica, estan sometidas al cambio en el comportamiento humano que esta presente en la construccion del conocimiento" (Lucarelli, 2004, p.
These results are in accordance with Roche (2006) and Guyot et al.
Cellist REzsa is a prominent member of Budapest's prestigious Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra, and clarinetist Guyot has shared the stage with the world's great classical artists for concerts around the globe.
Marie-Christine Guyot worked for more than twenty years in public relations for the French subsidiary of the Polaroid Corporation.
He dealt firsthand with Guyot and other members of the French inner circle pushing the project.
Biarritz say farewell to veteran French international prop Sylvain Marconnet at the end of the season and loose forward Benoit Guyot said the players are desperate to give their team-mate the perfect send-off.
Fighter pilot Virginie Guyot and Birgitte Stalder-Olsen, from the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, were appointed last week.
Biarritz: D Haylett-Petty; T Ngwenya, M Bosch, D Traille, I Balshaw; J Peyrelongue, D Yachvili; F Barcella, B August, S Marconnet, J Thion, E Lund, B Guyot, R Lakafia, I Harinordoquy (capt).
Michel Guyot, president of global voice solutions, Tata Communications, said: "Africa represents one of the strongest growth opportunities in the voice sector and our experience in the region means that we are ideally placed to help yuMobile build its business in Kenya.
Yves Guyot, que lit Zola, fait allusion dans La Science economique aux travaux de Jevons (12), mais avec pour la formalisation et la mathematisation de l'economie la meme mefiance que celle montree depuis plusieurs decennies par l'economie politique francaise envers les travaux de Cournot (13), mefiance envers une langue economique specialisee qui risquerait precisement d'alimenter l'eloignement du public envers ce champ (14).
Based on extensive research--carried out mainly in the archives of the PCF and of the first leader of the UJRF Raymond Guyot; on the official magazine of the UJRF L'Avant-Garde; and on interviews with former leaders and militants of the UJRF--the work by Quashie-Vauclin helps fill this gap, paving the way for new questions and new research in the field.
GUYOT & MORLON-GUYOT (2001) afirmam que essas modificacoes produzidas no polvilho azedo, durante o processo fermentativo, sao as que conferem ao produto assado aparencia inchada, estrutura tipica alveolar do miolo e da crosta crocante.