Tetard

Te`tard´


n.1.(Zool.) A gobioid fish (Eleotris gyrinus) of the Southern United States; - called also sleeper.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Collaborating researchers at the University of Central Florida, led by Laurene Tetard, helped to confirm the observations made from the molecular simulations and enzymatic studies by using powerful lasers and nano-infrared imaging to optically track lignin's rearrangement and removal from the cell wall of micron-thick slices of hardwood.
(47.) Tetard, L, Passian, A, Lynch, RM, Voy, BH, Shekhawat, G, Dravid, V, Thundat, T, "Elastic Phase Response of Silica Nanoparticles Buried in Soft Matter." App!
De acuerdo con LUM, un usuario probablemente elegira la solucion que demande el minimo esfuerzo (Collan & Tetard, 2007), (Collan & Tetard, 2009).
Recent studies (Richardson, 2010; Tetard, Patokorpi, & Packalen, 2009; Zhang & Olfman, 2010) showed that using social software such as blogs, wikis and podcasts in the classroom enhances student learning.
143 (John Peter Tetard) and, ultimately, to a nationally recognized, specialized public high school, The Bronx High School of Science.
Marion; Le Studio Canal Plus France; director: Manuel Poirier cast: Coralie Tetard, Pierre Berriau, Elisabeth Commelin, Marie-France Pisier, Jean-Luc Bideau comedy.
To help IS graduates attain these skills, which are difficult to teach using traditional lecture or demonstration methods, case studies could be used for systems analysis, design, and development courses (Cullen, Richardson, and O'Brien, 2004; Tetard and Patokorpi, 2005).
"Marion," director, Manuel Poirier; cast, Coralie Tetard, Pierre Berriau, Elisabeth Commelin.