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A city of eastern France east of Dijon. It is an industrial center noted for the manufacture of clocks and watches.


(French bəzɑ̃sɔ̃)
(Placename) a city in E France, on the Doubs River: university (1422). Pop: 121 012 (2006)


(bə zɑ̃ˈsɔ̃)

a city in E France: Roman ruins. 119,687.
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Of course, we are building on the work of my predecessors, Gero Bisanz and Erich RutemE[micro]ller, and we are constantly questioning what we are doing and we are open to scrutiny from outside.
Bisanz JE, Enos MK, Mwanga JR, Changalucha J, Burton JP, Gloor GB and G Reid Randomized open-label pilot study of the influence of probioticsand the gut microbiome on toxic metal levels in Tanzanian pregnant women andschool children.
Heather H Beavers, Crystal Hope Bennett, Dona Maria Biggs, Charlotte Bisanz, Amy Conner Black, Shawn Brady, Patricia J Catlin, Krystal Mary Chunaco, Leo Corona, Clarissa Givens Crunk, Bradley Joullian Dale, Kiwana Derrick, Heather A Flynn, Anna Aleise Freels, Katherine Taylor Girone, Sarah R Hart, Joanna Lugten Hysler, Ashley Brooke Johnson, Davetta R Manning, Tanya A.
Campbell & Xue, 2001; Hecht, 1999; LeFevre, Sadesky, & Bisanz, 1996; Thevenot, Fanget, & Fayol, 2007).
LeFevre, Jo-Anne, Sheri-Lynn Skwarchuk, Brenda Smith-Chant, Lisa Fast, Deepthi Kamawar, and Jeffrey Bisanz.
And third, procedural strategies could be less efficient--slower and more error-prone--in large than in small problems (LeFevre, Sadesky, & Bisanz, 1996).
Bisanz A, Tucker AM, Amin DM, Patel D, Calderon BB, Joseph MM, Curry EA 3rd.
Bisanz (2011) suggested this study has implications for nursing practice as it has laid "the groundwork for the development of a predictive model" for POI (p.
For over a decade, instructors have recognized the potential value of utilizing media reports of scientific research in instruction to foster scientific literacy (Korpan, Bisanz, Bisanz & Henderson, 1997).
2009; Spence, Yore, & Williams, 1999; Yore, Bisanz, & Hand, 2003).
These studies have shown that individuals with learning disabilities suffer from problems in working memory (Logie, Gillhooly & Wynn, 1994; Geary, Hoard, Craven & Desoto, 2004; Vander, Vander & De Jung, 2005; Mabbott & Bisanz, 2008; Swanson, Cochran & Evers, 1989; Swanson, 1987; Geary, Hoard, Craven, Nugent & Numtee, 2007).