Martel


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Mar·tel

 (mär-tĕl′), Charles
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Martel

(mɑːˈtɛl)
n
(Biography) See Charles Martel
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Mar•tel

(mɑrˈtɛl)

n.
Charles, Charles Martel.
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In accepting the proposal, Martel said that the post is "an honour, a responsibility, and a pleasure to be a part of this celebration of cinema and humanity's immense desire to understand itself."
'Part of our drive is also to give the parents the pocket money they will need to make sure their visit would be memorable,' posted Martel in Filipino.
Early intervention for mental health and risky behaviours in young people "significantly" improved health and well-being, Martel said.
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Martel and his research team were attempting to develop robotic nanocarriers that would travel to hypoxic zones when they realized nature may have already created one in the form of a bacteria called magnetococcus marinus or MC-1.
Martel's theoretical presentation explains strategic thinkers from Sun Tzu, Thucydides, Machiavelli, Hobbes, and Locke through Jomini, Clausewitz, Smith, Hamilton, and List.
George Martel, president of homegrown knowledge process outsourcing firm Sencor, the country's pioneer in BIA services since 2007, which services Fortune 1000 clients worldwide, says Philippine companies need to realize the benefits of analytics to stay competitive with regional and global companies entering our fast growing economy.