Lauriol

Lau´ri`ol


n.1.Spurge laurel.
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In many regions, lake drainage throughout the Holocene has created landscapes covered by drained basins of a variety of ages (Hinkel et al, 2003; Lauriol et al, 2009).
Les typologies de dirigeants sont multiples et nombre de theses, ouvrages et publications portent sur son role pivot et ses implications strategiques et organisationnelles (Lefebvre, 1991 ; Lauriol, 1998 ; Daval, Deschamps et Geindre, 2002 ; Jaouen et Torres, 2008).
La perspectiva de las Ciencias de la Vida y la Gestion es hoy en dia reconocida como una disciplina cientifica al interior del campo del conocimiento administrativo; varios autores se refieren a ella como una apertura a repensar radicalmente la administracion (Castro & Lauriol, 1989), como un llamado a realizar la administracion con rostro humano (Aktouf, 1989), como una corriente dentro del pensamiento administrativo de nuevo tipo (Morgan, 1989).
Similar ages, 10s-100ska, were suggested for the disintegration of fresh granite boulders to grus in Yukon by Bjornson and Lauriol (2001).
lAuriol Sinclair's horses have been hard hit by the virus and she landed only her second win of the season when Royal Coachman (John Matthias) beats
According to an audit, again reported by the tireless Leonnig, she misspent $725,000, including $54,000 in charge slips that "tell a tale of shopping, meals, and vacations for herself and her husband: a tour of Africa, shoes from Saks, dresses from Nieman Marcus, dinners at Houlihan's and Lauriol Plaza."
(19) See Claude Lauriol, La Beaumette: unprotestant cevenol entre Montesquieu et Voltaire, Histoire des Idees et Critique Litteraire, 174 (Geneva: Droz, 1978).
Vegetation was established [approximately equal to]6000 yr BP after deglaciation and marine regression (Lauriol 1982, Gajewski et al.
This late Pleistocene establishment of permafrost in the Old Crow, Bluefish, and Bell-Driftwood basins is a unique condition related to the drainage of glacial Lake Old Crow, as permafrost has been a long-term component of the cryosphere in the surrounding region since the late Tertiary/early Pleistocene (e.g., Lauriol et al., 1997; Froes et al., 2000).