Binet


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Bi•net

(bɪˈneɪ)

n.
Alfred, 1857–1911, French psychologist.
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Noun1.Binet - French psychologist remembered for his studies of the intellectual development of children (1857-1911)
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Before structuring her images, Binet spent time in and around the house which was constructed in the mid-sixties, exploring its structure so she could capture the qualities and elements of its construction.
Having taught for some time in Slovakia, had a local girlfriend, and frequently visited Prague, Binet makes these biographical items part of his text: "On arriving in Bratislava in 1996, before going to work as a French teacher in a Slovakian military academy, one of the first things I asked the secretary to the military attache at the embassy .
Binet admits he wondered how a top Bolshoi ballerina would respond to working with an emerging choreographer, but was delighted by the way Lunkina plunged into the process.
Kuniko Binet, originally born and raised in Japan where she developed her keen sense of smell naturally, crated Hexarom with her passion about aromatherapy and fragrance.
Binet understands the means-end rationality implied by work in progress.
The event, held under the high patronage of President Zine el Abidine Ben Ali, is part of the Academy's annual meetings with its members, including six Tunisian, to discuss several current issues, particularly skin cancers and leishmaniasis, pointed out NMA life-secretary Jacques Louis Binet.
The Jersey Royal Company is proud to be launching our branded potato collection across the UK retail market, and feel confident that British shoppers will love the new potatoes," said MD Tom Binet.
Reilly is survived by her daughters, Tracy Binet-Perrin and her husband Steven Perrin of Spofford, Barbara's other daughter, Amy Binet McLaughlin and her husband Kevin of Worcester, MA.
The pair 'lost the plot' as they match-raced each other to the middle of the fleet, allowing the consistent Bald Eagle, sailed by Dunn and his crew of Glen Nattrass and Colin Binet from the Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron to take the championship with a second in the final race.
Seven patients had a low staging (Binet A), 2 had Binet B and 1 Binet C; according to the Rai classification, 4 patients were in the low-risk category (Rai 0), 5 in the intermediate-risk category (Rai I-II) and one in the high-risk category (Rai IV).
Binet, Executive Vice President, The Woodbridge Company Limited (+1-416-364-8700, Ext.