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See detailNos élèves préfèrent Pythagore à Newton
Monseur, Christian ULg

in Pilotinfo (1997), 20(septembre),

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See detailNos grandes cultures captent aussi le CO2
Bodson, Bernard ULg; Moureaux, Christine ULg; Aubinet, Marc ULg

in Nouvelles du Printemps (Les) (2007), (2ème trimestre 2007), 30-31

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See detailNos plans d’eau n’y échappent pas : les plantes amphibies invasives…
Delbart, Emmanuel ULg; Mahy, Grégory ULg

Article for general public (2011)

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See detailNos postes de garde en Médecine Générale, pour qui ? et pourquoi ?
Burette, Philippe ULg

Conference (2010, February 07)

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See detailNos sensations dans leurs rapports avec le monde extérieur
Fredericq, Henri ULg

Speech (1948)

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See detailNos sensations et le monde extérieur
Fredericq, Léon ULg

in Scientia (1927), XLI

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See detailNos sensations et le monde extérieur
Fredericq, Léon ULg

in Archives Internationales de Physiologie (1921)

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See detailNos terrils : leur vraie nature
Delcourt, Johann ULg; Hauteclair, Pascal

Book published by Weyrich Editions (2011)

Yesterday considered as scars from a painful past, nowedays slag heaps are largely adopted in the heart of people. Being an accumutation of steriles in the past, they are become a stock of biodiversity in ... [more ▼]

Yesterday considered as scars from a painful past, nowedays slag heaps are largely adopted in the heart of people. Being an accumutation of steriles in the past, they are become a stock of biodiversity in an affected environment by the Man and global climate changes. However, slag heaps (or spoil tips) own a unknown richness for all a serie of point of view. This book is an invitation to discover the treasures of these mini mountains born from the Man's hands. [this book is written in French] [less ▲]

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See detailNos Virtuoses. Chants d’oiseaux
Metzmacher, Maxime ULg; Charron, François; Verhaegen, Jean-Pierre

Learning material (1993)

CD of birdsong in our regions (15 species) with booklet. Google Traduction pour les entreprises :Google Kit du traducteurGadget TraductionOutil d'aide à l'export

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See detailNose and Sleep Breathing Disorders
POIRRIER, Anne-Lise ULg; Eloy, P.; Rombaux, P.

in Onerci, M. (Ed.) Nasal Physiology and Pathophysiology of Nasal Disorders (2013)

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See detailNosferatu Tango
Tomasovic, Dick ULg

in APCVL (Ed.) Lycéens au cinéma en Région Centre - 2002 (2002)

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See detail+Nosse ma-tante, +nosse ma-seûr et toute la famille
Baiwir, Esther ULg

in Wallonnes : Chronique de la Société de Langue et de Littérature Wallonnes (2007), 3

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See detail+Nosse ma-tante, +nosse ma-seûr et toute la famille
Baiwir, Esther ULg

Conference given outside the academic context (2007)

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See detailLa nostalgie du passé colonial belge. Approche comparative
Rubbers, Benjamin ULg

Conference (2008)

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See detailNostromo en traducción: cuestiones teóricas, cuestiones críticas
Willson, Patricia ULg

in Cordery, Lindsey; Vegh, Beatriz (Eds.) Melville, Conrad, imaginarios y Américas (2006)

Starting from the analysis of fragments of the Spanish translation of Joseph Conrad’s Nostromo (made by Juan Mateos de Diego and published in Buenos Aires by Emecé in 1946), this research presents a ... [more ▼]

Starting from the analysis of fragments of the Spanish translation of Joseph Conrad’s Nostromo (made by Juan Mateos de Diego and published in Buenos Aires by Emecé in 1946), this research presents a series of questions related to translation as a theoretical and critical problem. In the first place, the matter of the concomitant rise of the publishing industry and translated literature. In the second place, the concept of «relay culture» or «mediating culture» in translation, i.e., the case of cultures which seem to capture with a particular hastiness the novelties of foreign literature, inducing in other cultures the translation of the same works. In the third place, the question of what is generally called «importing apparatus», or directly «the importers», i.e., the reticule of agents intervening in the cases of literary import. Lastly, the question of manipulation of the source text entailed by any translation of polyphonic prose, and the ways in which translation criticism can provide an account of this manipulation. [less ▲]

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See detailNOT gate in a cis-trans photoisomerization model
Ndong, Mamadou; Bomble, Laëtitia; Sugny, Dominique et al

in Physical Review. A (2007), 76

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See detailNot Just Sound II: an investigation of singer patient self-perceptions mapped into the voice range profile.
Lamarche, Anick; Morsomme, Dominique ULg; Ternström, Sten

in Doctoral Thesis: Putting the singing voice on the map (2009), 1

In aiming at higher specificity in clinical evaluations of the singing voice, singer perceptions were included and tested in conjunction with the voice range profile. Method: The use of a commercial ... [more ▼]

In aiming at higher specificity in clinical evaluations of the singing voice, singer perceptions were included and tested in conjunction with the voice range profile. Method: The use of a commercial phonetograph supplemented by a hand-held response button was clinically tested with 13 subjects presenting voice complaints. Singer patients were asked to press a button to indicate sensations of vocal discomfort or instability during phonation. Each press was registered at the actual position in the Voice Range Profile (VRP) so as to mark areas of difficulty. Consistency of button press behavior was assessed with a method developed previously. Results: In spite of their voice complaints, subjects did not press the button as much as healthy singers. Like healthy singers, the singer-patient group demonstrated consistent behavior but tended to press the button in completely different areas of the VRP space. The location of the presses was dominantly in the interior of the VRP and concentrated to a small fundamental frequency range. An extensive discussion examines carefully the reasons for such outcomes. Conclusion: The button augmented VRP could be a well needed resource for clinicians but requires further development and work. [less ▲]

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See detailNot just sound II: an Investigation of Singer Patient Self-perceptions Mapped into the Voice Range Profile.
Lamarche, Anick; Morsomme, Dominique ULg; Tenström, Sten

in Lamarche, Anick (Ed.) Putting the Singing Voice on the Map (2009, March)

Purpose: As part of a project aiming at higher specificity in clinical evaluations of the singing voice, singer perceptions were included and tested in conjunction with the voice range profile. Method ... [more ▼]

Purpose: As part of a project aiming at higher specificity in clinical evaluations of the singing voice, singer perceptions were included and tested in conjunction with the voice range profile. Method: With a singer-patient group, the use of a commercial phonetograph supplemented by a hand-held response button was tested in a non-randomized study design. Button pressing during phonation resulted in marking specific regions of the voice range profile. 13 subjects, all singers with particular voice complaints, participated in enhanced voice range profile recordings. Singer-patients were asked to press a button to indicate sensations of vocal discomfort or instability during phonation. Each press was registered at the actual position in the voice range profile (VRP) so as to mark areas of difficulty. Data analysis was performed according to a method developed specifically for this use. Results: Subjects used the button during the course of tasking but did not demonstrate an increased button use when compared to a healthy group. Furthermore, numbers of button press repetitions within one task were often lower than those observed for the healthy group. The singer-patient group however demonstrated consistent behavior and tended to press the button in complete different areas of the VRP space. The location of the presses was dominantly in the interior of the VRP and concentrated within one specific range of the voice. Conclusion: The contribution of the button-VRP to clinical assessment of voice status in singers could represent a well needed resource for the clinicians but begs further development and work. [less ▲]

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