EFEO

AcronymDefinition
EFEOÉcole Française d'Extrême-Orient
EFEOEuropean Federation of Essential Oils (Hamburg, Germany)
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The discussion topics will include: "The Reach Code: An Overview of EFEO and REACH Today, the Link between REACH and GHS, Decoding REACH 2018"--Eric Angelini, EFEO technical committee co-chair and VP-global regulatory affairs and product safety, Mane, France and Jens-Achim Protzen, EFEO technical committee co-chair and managing director, Paul Kaders GmbH, Germany; "Updating Criteria for RIFM Safety Assessments: How We Approach Naturals"--David K.
In the early 11th c., Jiaosiluo Qinan Lingwen (EFEO Kio-sseu-lo K'i-nan-ling-wen, Tibetan Rgyalsras ?Skyignam Glijdbon, cf.
From the mid-1920s, the EFEO commenced a highly productive period of remote sensing and aerial exploration with the colonial armed forces (Goloubew 1936; Claeys 1951: 92-6), combined with field surveys and new mapping.
Sophal said workers' monthly wages under EFEO's oversight ranged from $137 to $370.
Dupont, L'archeologie Mone de Dvaravati, Paris: EFEO, 1959, p.
At the end of 1911, Georges Coedes (1886-1969), who had just graduated from the Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes in Paris, was appointed to the Ecole Francaise d'Extreme-Orient (EFEO) and immediately departed to Cambodia to begin his career as an orientalist scholar.
The storyteller Mi Chak has been studied by Francois Bizot, Ramaker, l'amour symbolique de Ram et Seta (Paris, EFEO), vol.
There, under the watch of EFEO professor Olivier de Bernon, what may be the single largest collection of Cambodian newspapers and magazines is collected, going as far back as 1964.
They funded the involvement of scientific organizations in the management of Angkor: the Ecole Francaise d'Extreme-Orient (EFEO) and Waseda University under the aegis of the newly created Japanese Governmental Team for Safeguarding Angkor.
(18) See among others, Pierre Dupont, L'archeologie mone de Dvaravati (Paris: EFEO, 1959); George Coedes, 'Les Mons de Dvaravati', in Essays offered to G.H.
I to VIII, Hanoi and Paris: Ecole francaise d'Extreme-Orient (efeo), 1937-66.