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Synonyms for Marseille

a port city in southeastern France on the Mediterranean


strong cotton fabric with a raised pattern

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quintana remains endemic in the homeless persons in shelters in Marseilles, France, although bacteremic persons have been treated for 4 years (17).
Mallo of the University of the Mediterranean in Marseilles, France, and his colleagues found that infected worms boost the activity of many genes.
After winning a scholarship in 1991 at the prestigious Elf-Winfield school in Marseilles, France, which afforded him a year's worth of racing in Europe, Hearn returned to the States and volunteered his time with an amateur team.
director of Orthopaedic Research, Tulane University, for data presented on Osteotech's Polyactive(TM) polymer membrane at the June meeting of the International Society for the Study of the Lumbar Spine held in Marseilles, France.
MARSEILLES, France -- PROTOMED sarl has announced that it will be presenting on Tuesday, September 19, 2006 at 12:35 PM at Medtech Insight and Windhover Information's "In3 Europe Meeting" Conference, September 18 - 20, 2006, at Crowne Plaza Hotel - Brussels City Centre, Brussels, Belgium.
Shafer won a scholarship to the Barber series while attending the Elf-Winfield Racing School in Marseilles, France, last November.
NYSE: CYR) announced today that the Institut Mediterraneen de Technologie, (Mediterranean Institute of Technology), a leading teaching and research institution located in Marseilles, France, has ordered and installed its first Cray Research system, a CRAY Y-MP2E system.
Loret, working with Rochat's group at the National Center for Scientific Research in Marseilles, France, isolated the new toxin from the venom of the North African speices Androctonus australis Hector.
Based in Marseilles, France, Innate Pharma counted 62 employees as at April 30, 2006, including 17 Doctors in Science, Medicine or Pharmacy.
One week later, the patient was admitted to the infectious diseases unit of a university hospital in Marseilles, France, with persistent fever, myalgia, and a 7-kg weight loss; she had no digestive manifestations.
Researchers from the Laboratory of Historical Botany and Palynology in Marseilles, France, report in the March 23 NATURE they they have compiled a 140,000-year-long climate history for eastern France based on pollen records for that region.
Black was Vice President at Gemplus, based near Marseilles, France, serving as General Manager of the Next-Generation networks Business unit which specialized in wireless network software and smart cards for 3G networks.
In February 2001, a 39-year-old man was hospitalized in Marseilles, France, with fever and disorientation.