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echard

(ˈɛkɑːd)
n
(Environmental Science) water that is present in the soil but cannot be absorbed or otherwise utilized by plants
[C20: from Greek ekhein to hold back + ardein to water]
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And in what seem to be happy companion essays, Sian Echard and Martin K.
In the next chapter Echard thoughtfully examines medieval manuscripts' afterlives in institutions, that is, how they come to be constructed and reconstructed within archives.
Preuss HG, Bagchi D, Echard B, Talpur N, Talpur F, Stohs S: Inhibition of starch and sucrose gastrointestinal absorption in rats by various dietary supplements alone and combined.
Echard, "Estimation of radar detection and false alarm probability," IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems, vol.
When a secretarial position becomes vacant in a nearby insurance office run by the debonair Louis Echard (Romain Duris), Rose applies and leaves Louis in a swoon with her lightning-quick typing skills.
distribution center, Echard guides a workforce of 225-plus that services more than 180 independent stores.
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She thus decides to apply for a secretarial position at a neighboring insurance office run by the sleek, fast-talking Louis Echard (Duris, sharp and sprightly), who's impressed by both her superhuman typing skills and killer looks.
POPULAIRE (12A) ARC (Wed) - It's spring, 1958, 21-year-old Rose Pamphyle seems destined for the quiet life of a housewife until she reveals a special gift to charismatic insurance agency boss Louis Echard.
Named after the Japy Populaire typewriter used in the film, it's the story of how Louis Echard (Romain Duris) trains two-fingered Rose Pamphyle (Belgian actress Deborah Francois) to become a 10-digit speed champion.
In 1707, the historian Laurence Echard was the first to refute the idea of a caesarean section.