Martinon

Mar•ti•non

(mar tiˈnɔ̃)

n. Jean (zhän),
1910–76, French composer.
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Thus, parental separation may have negative effects on social, occupational, physical and Mental Health Problems (MHPs), or other important areas of functioning for both parents and children (Amato, 2010; American Psychiatric Association, 2013; Herman et al., 2015; Hodgson et al., 2017; Martinon et al., 2017; Seijo, Farina, Corras, Novo, & Arce, 2016; Willen, 2015).
(4.) Aganna E, Martinon F, Hawkins PN, Ross JB, Swan DC, Booth DR, et al.
Since the turn of the year trainer Christophe Martinon, who is based near Lyon, has coaxed two seconds and a win over a mile and a half out of Rajsa Card - who has form over a marathon trip - and has supplemented the five-year-old for this race.
(9.) Martinon F, Petrilli V, Mayor A, Tardivel A, Tschopp J.
In On Futurity: Malabou, Nancy, Derrida, Jean-Paul Martinon articulates the notion that any critique of Malabou's concept of plasticity inherently calls for the questioning of the plasticity of that critique itself.
(9.) Jamilloux Y, Gerfaud-Valentin M, Martinon F, Belot A, Henry T, Seve P.
Martinon, "Identification of skin immune cells in non-human primates," Journal of Immunological Methods, vol.