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Raspail is a station of the Paris Métro, serving Line 4 and Line 6 in the 14th arrondissement.
- also known as Raspail, Paris
- part of Paris
"Raspail" is a musical album of Arcana.
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Humanity at Sea (2016)
Maritime Migration and the Foundations of International Law by Itamar Mann
Jean Raspail is an ultra-conservative French Catholic, whose novels include visions of Catholic monarchical restoration.
by Maria Theresa Villiers Earle
Raspail is an excellent double variety for winter picking. One the nurserymen call 'Raspail Improved' is perhaps what it professes to be, ...
Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms. Synonyms, and Etymology by Umberto Quattrocchi
scientist Francois Vincent Raspail, 1794-1878 (d. Arcueil, near Paris ), botanist, politician, chemist, naturalist, one of the founders of cytochemistry and cellular pathology, determined the agent of scabies (Sarcoptes scabiei), ...
RASPAIL, Francois Vincent, a French chemist and ...
by Robert HOOPER (M.D.), Klein Grant
Raspail suggests may be the effect...
Raspail says, probably, of the ...
Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology - 3 Volume Set by Umberto Quattrocchi
Raspail; Triticum trunciale (L.) Raspail) (Latin triuncis “of three”) Africa, Asia, Europe. Noxious weed, invasive, naturalized elsewhere, spikelets generally not sunken in axis, upper 2 florets generally sterile , glumes ...
Embracing a Series of Original Memoirs of the Most Distinguished Persons of All Countries, Living and Dead. To which is Added, A Classified List of the Most Distinguished Persons of All Times, Arranged Chronologically
RASPAIL, Francois Vincent, eminent chemist and politician of France, bom January, 1794. Originally destined for the church, but refused to take orders after receiving a philosophical and theological training, contenting himself with a modest ...
The Encyclopedia of Chemistry, Practical and Theoretical. By J. C. Booth ... assisted by C. Morfit (1853)
(Raspail.) Starch from the bean. The usual size of the granules is g g of an inch in diameter. They are ovoid or reniform. Starch from green peas. The granules have the same form as those of potato starch, and a diameter of about sin of an inch.
Embracing Its Application to the Arts, Metallurgy, Mineralogy, Geology, Medicine, and Pharmacy
(Raspail.) Starch from the bean. The usual size of the granules is gjj of an inch in diameter. They are ovoid or reniform. Starch from green peas. The granules have the same form as those of potato starch, and a diameter of about jjs of an inch.
A Botanical Lexicon, or exposition of the terms, facts and doctrines of the vegetable physiology, brought down to the present time (1837)
by Patrick KEITH
Raspail seems better calculated to account for the phenomena of the formation of the elementary organs than any other hypothesis with which we are acquainted. On the evidence adduced by M. Dutrochet we ...
Including the Pronunciation, Accentuation, Derivation, and Definition of the Terms Used in Medicine, Anatomy, Surgery ... by George Milbry Gould
Sarcoptes hominis, Raspail. See Sarcoptes scabiei, var. hominis, Mégnin. — Sarcoptes laevis, var. columbae, Railliet (1855). Found by Railliet and Cadiot at the base of the feathers on pigeons.—Sarcoptes laevis, var. gallinae, Railliet ( 1886).
An Illustrated Dictionary of Medicine, Biology and Allied Sciences, Including the Pronunciation... (1903)
by George Milbry Gould
--Sarcoptes hominis, Raspail. See Sarcoptes scabiei, var.
by Nicholas Atkin, Michael Biddiss, Frank Tallett
led by prominent Paris republicans, among them BLANQUI, Barbes, and Raspail, which was crushed by the NATIONAL GUARD. The regime's growing conservatism was soon confirmed by the closure of the National Workshops and the ...
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- Porte boulevard Raspail
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- Tomb of Francois Raspail
Eerie tomb of Francoise Raspail in the Cimitiere Pere-Lachais in Paris. Raspail, according to the guidebook, was a much-imprisoned partisan of the 1830 and 1840 revolutions and that is why the tomb is in the form of a prison.
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- Boulevard Raspail
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