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COPLANS, Myer (died 1961), late RAMC, TA; Technical Consultant, Laboratoire des Vaccins Pasteur (pour l’Étranger) and Institut Pasteur, Paris

Claude Gélinas. La Gestion de l'étranger: Les Atikamekw et la présence eurocanadienne en Haute-Mauricie 1760–1870. Sillery: Septentrion. 2000. Pp. 378. $29.95

LECOMTE, Georges (1867 - 1958), de l’Académie Française; Prés. d’honneur de la Soc. des Gens de Lettres de France; Grand Croix de la Légion d’Honneur, et de plusieurs ordres étrangers

BAUDRILLART, Henri Marie Alfred (1859 - 1942), Archevêque Cardinal; Rector of the Catholic Institute of Paris since 1907; Director of the Comité catholique des amitiés françaises à l’étranger; Member of the French Academy

Part Two Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, s.I Rights and Freedoms, Art.16 Restrictions on political activity of aliens/Restrictions à l’activité politique des étrangers

de THIER, Jacques (1900 - 1996), Grand Officer, Order of Léopold II, Belgium; Commander, Order of Léopold and Order of the Crown, Belgium; Civic Cross (1914–18); Hon. GCVO; Director, Compagnie Financière et de Gestion pour l'Etranger (Cometra), Brussels, 1966–73; Counsellor, Cometra Oil Company, 1974–86

DOOLIN, William (1887 - 1962), Surgeon, St Vincent’s and Children’s Hospitals, Dublin, retired; Professor of History of Medicine University College, Dublin; Editor, Irish Journal of Medical Science and Journal of Irish Medical Assoc.; Mem. Roy. Irish Academy; Fellow and Member of Council, Royal Academy of Medicine, Ireland; Member Irish Medical Registration Council; Member, General Medical Council; Ex-Pres. Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland; Fellow Association of Surgeons, Great Britain and Ireland; Associé-Étranger (honoris causa) de l’Acad. de Chir, Paris

THAYER, William Sydney (died 1932), Professor Emeritus of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University; Visiting Physician Johns Hopkins Hospital; Member Board of Overseers, Harvard University; Fellow American Academy Arts and Sciences; Member American Philosophical Society; Member Board of Trustees of the Carnegie Institution of Washington; Brig.-General Aux., USA; Member Washington Academy of Sciences; Hon. Member Royal Society of Medicine, Association of Physicians of Great Britain and Ireland; Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene; membre associé étranger de l’Académie de Méd., Paris; Hon. Membre corresp. Soc. d. hôpitaux, Paris; Hon. Member Therapeutical Society of Moscow, Royal Society of Medicine of Budapest, International Society of Medical Hydrology, NY Academy of Medicine, Harvey Society of NY; Corresponding Member Société de hôp. de Lyon; Gesellschaft für innere Med. u. Heilkunde, Vienna; Soc. Royale des Sc. Méd. et nat. de Bruxelles; Membre Assocn de médecins de langue Française, etc

 

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Novel by Albert Camus, published 1942. It is a stylistic tour de force which conveys the authentic flavour of the universe of the absurd and was important to such subsequent ...

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