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Arthaud a.k.a. Les éditions Arthaud: Arthaud is a French publishing house founded in 1882 by Jules Rey. Originally based in Grenoble, this family business moves to Paris in 1930 on the initiative of Benjamin Arthaud, son-in-law and successor of Jules Rey.
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by Iowa. Supreme Court, Nathaniel B. Raymond, Benjamin I. Salinger, W. W. Cornwall, Frederick F. Faville, Ulysses Grant Whitney, Charles H. Scholz, Richard Reichmann, Charles W. Barlow
The broad contention for appellant Arthaud is that the ...
Encyclopaedia medica (1899)
by Chalmers Watson
centrifugal vagus irritation (Arthaud and Butte).
Encyclopedia of Monasticism (2013)
by William M. Johnston
Grenoble: Arthaud, 1956; translated as ...
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