DIDERDelaware Institute for Dental Education and Research
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Dider Abbato: The way we see things going is the future is going to be relying more and more on technology.
"He was ready to restart something from Brussels DIDER REYNDERS BELGIAN MINISTER
KARACHI -- Director French Archaeological Mission Dr Aurore Dider has said that the cultural heritage of Pakistan was an extraordinary field for archaeologists.
In allowing Cattermole to move on and bringing in an unknown and untried Frenchman in Dider Digard, the boss was taking a gamble.
Belgium take on Dider Deschamps' Euro 2016 hosts at the Stade de France with Wilmots likely to field his frontline stars including Chelsea's Eden Hazard for the clash.
Lukaku faced an uncertain future at Chelsea with Diego Costa and Dider Drogba likely to be ahead of him in the pecking order.
The Gunners lost 2-1, Dider Drogba scoring twice for the visitors.
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The January signings of Dider Drogba and Wesley Sneijder have raised expectations and excitement around the Istanbul giants, but the desire of Terim to fit the duo into the side alongside the Champions League's joint-top scorer Burak Yilmaz is likely to leave them fatally exposed.
[20] While Dider Pagot and Alcante's graphic novel of political intrigue, Pride, might seem an odd bedfellow for Picoult's domestic melodrama, their narratives are remarkably similar, casting the designer baby in the role of miracle cure able to heal the disabled body and the heteronormative family.
For a discussion of Lysenkoism as a crisis in the Party's relation to its intellectuals, see Andre Barjonet's lucid account in Le Parti communiste (Paris: John Dider, 1969), pp.