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Labiche

(French labiʃ)
n
(Biography) Eugène Marin (øʒɛn marɛ̃). 1815–88, French dramatist, noted for his farces of middle-class life, which include Le Chapeau de paille d'Italie (1851) and Le Voyage de Monsieur Perrichon (1860)
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But Archer had seen, on his last visit to Paris, the delicious play of Labiche, "Le Voyage de M.
"Mauritius is widely regarded as one of the world's biodiversity hotspots and we saw great potential in locating our first laboratory here," said Marc Labiche, CEO of Biolabex.
Marc Labiche, CEO of BIOLABEX, commented that it was the islands' rich biodiversity that attracted the company to the island.
Briand and Labiche [49] proposed a methodology, Toolbox for Traffic Engineering Methods (TOTEM) for testing the system derived from the specification of the system.
Labiche, "Perspectives on reperfusion-induced damage in rodent models of experimental focal ischemia and role of [gamma]-protein kinase C," ILAR Journal, vol.
Les dangers de l'ecriture epistolaire (Nota Bene, 2015) et elle participe en ce moment a l'edition critique du Theatre d'Eugene Labiche (editions Garnier).
This type of reverse engineering is common practice in IT consulting, where a consultant may come into an environment with inadequate and outdated documentation (Briand, Labiche, and Lebuc 2006; Van Geet and Demeyer, 2010).
Gender differences have also been reported in two large population studies (Jerath, Reddy, Freeman, Jerath, & Brown, 2011; Labiche, Chan, Saldin, & Morgenstern, 2002).
Podriamos decir que el escrutinio se completa cuando ante el dilema de si contar o no las malas nuevas a Juan, el narrador se pregunta y pregunta al lector: Doit-on le dire?, titulo de la farsa de Eugene Labiche, que alude a un dilema similar; tambien, con el epigrafe del capitulo final, sintomaticamente consagrado al Sganarelle de Moliere; y ya en el marco de las "Dos palabras del autor", con un abanico de referencias que va de Aristofanes a Zola.
Labiche, "Is mutation an appropriate tool for testing experiments?" in Proceedings of the 27th International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE '05), pp.