misset

misset

(ˌmɪsˈsɛt)
vb (tr) , -sets, -setting or -set
to set or place wrongly, to misplaceto displease or annoyto set or adjust incorrectly
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(24.) Munoz C, Carlet J, Fitting C, Misset B, Bleriot JP, Cavaillon JM.
The Dutch cafe segment is led by larger international players, but local chains are also expanding amid an increased demand and the increasing popularity of craft coffee, as shown by latest edition of the annual Horeca Top 100 survey published by local trade magazine Misset Horeca.
Aten, Diederik, Katja Bossaers, John Dehe, Ernest Kuypershoek, Carly Misset, Erik Schaap, Marinke Steenhuis, and Kees.
Misset, "Epstein-Barr virus-related localized hepatic lymphoproliferative disorders after liver transplantation," Cancer, vol.
[67.] Dupuy AM, Philippart F, Pean Y, Lasocki S, Charles PE, Chalumeau M, Claessens YE, Quenot JP, Guen CG, Ruiz S, Luyt CE, Roche N, Stahl JP, Bedos JP, Pugin J, Gauzit R, Misset B, Brun-Buisson C; Maurice Rapin Institute Biomarkers Group.
Sabutan, "Banana peelings help broilers grow," Misset World Poultry, vol.
The board of directors for the $229 million Waterbury Connecticut Teachers Federal Credit Union in Middlebury appointed Martin Misset president/CEO.
Alexandre J, Gross-Goupil M, Falissard B, Nguyen ML, Gornet JM, Misset JL, et al.
Misset, "Effects of low doses of short-term gamma irradiation on growth and development through two generations of Pisum sativum," Science of the Total Environment, vol.
(52.) Levi F, Benavides M, Chevelle C, Le Saunier F, Bailleul F, Misset JL, et al.
[44.] Tredaniel R, Descourt D, Moro-Sibilot J, Misset E, Gachard J, Garcia-Vargas E, et al.