Piot


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Pi´ot


n.1.(Zool.) The magpie.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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On her part, Clemence Piot said: "A pillar of MEIRA's strategy is to be an advocate for change across the Middle East region.
MEIRA is delighted to continue supporting Boursa Kuwait's efforts to increase the sophistication of the financial markets in the country and encourage their listed companies to comply with international best practice in IR", added Clemence Piot, General Manager, MEIRA.
Piot explained that after two seasons, the team took a decision to take the show to different parts of the continent to explore the different aspects of the story that MTV Shuga wanted to bring, as they campaigned and addressed real world issues in an engaging and persuasive way.
The season when mosquitoes multiply has barely begun in (http://www.ibtimes.com/zika-virus-china-34-year-old-man-who-traveled-venezuela-quarantined-2301274) China and Piot warned, according to the New York Times, that the ongoing threat of Zika may spread to Asian and African countries, where the disease-carrying mosquitoes are already present.
Charles Piot, a cultural anthropologist at Duke University, argues that in West Africa, the rural / urban geographic framework has been reimagined to reflect the kind of "theology" of poverty and development I have just described.
The fight against HIV and AIDS is far from over, writes Piot in his new book.
Peter Piot, the co-discoverer of the Ebola virus, agreed in an interview that WHO acted far too slowly, largely because of its Africa office.
Peter Piot, the co-discoverer of the Ebola virus, agreed in an interview Friday that WHO acted far too slowly, largely because of its Africa office.
Ebola, first discovered in 1976 by Peter Piot, is spread through contact with bodily fluids.
Prof Peter Piot, part of the team that identified Ebola in 1976, warned: "We'll see other cases in Europe, this is unavoidable.
Professor Peter Piot, part of a team who first identified Ebola in 1976, yesterday warned that more European cases were unavoidable.