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Aymé

(French ɛme)
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(Biography) Marcel (marsɛl). 1902–67, French writer: noted for his light and witty narratives
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Marcel Ayme's short story, "Le Loup," was first published in the journal Candide on April 14, 1932, and again in 1934 in a collection, Les Contes du chat perche (Tales of Tag), which has since been published in many editions.
While it is evident that urban changes have had an impact on literature of the fantastic, as argued in this article, the example of Ayme also illustrates that sometimes the fantastic becomes the patrimony of the city in such a manner that it can in turn modify urban space.
Ayme, "Mapping orphanet terminology to UMLS," in Artificial Intelligence in Medicine, M.
En este sentido, Ayme, Kole y Groft (2008) refieren que el empoderamiento para la salud de la comunidad es el proceso mediante el cual los individuos actuan de forma colectiva para conseguir una mayor influencia y control sobre los determinantes de la salud.
El retrato de Ayme de Castel-Rousillon, dueno del castillo al que llegan Aiol y otros personajes en el capitulo IV, se inicia con esta descripcion: "era un hombre curioso y, como pronto se apreciara, mas curioso de lo que a primera vista parecia" (127).
(6.) Fernandez Rebaza G, Quinones Huayaney ME, Tolentino Chavez JL, Chambi Velasquez YM, Ayme Huamani JM, Bonilla Rivera PE.
Julie Govan from Stonehouse, Lanarkshire, Stephanie Dunn from Larkhall, Lanarkshire; Christina Chalk from Dunblane, Stirlingshire; Ayme Dolby from Auchterarder, Perthshire and Mhairi Fergusson from Stirling all made the shortlist.
As he points out, 'More than a century's worth of spirits linger behind that trace outline of the stage trap in the title-page illustration of Richards's play', and the play's dedication, in which Richards claims that his 'sole Ayme' is to 'separate Soules from the discovered Evill ...
How they met: The couple met through AYME - a charity for young people with ME.
(2.) Epstein CJ, Korenberg JR, Anneren G, Antonarakis SE, Ayme S, Courchesne E, et al.
What we see at AYME is the devastation caused by this condition, to the lives of young adults, children and their families.