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See detailMafia, économie capitaliste et mobilité internationale
De Biase, Marco ULiege

Scientific conference (2013, December 03)

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See detailLe Magdalénien ancien en Europe moyenne
Otte, Marcel ULiege; Noiret, Pierre ULiege

Conference (2004, October)

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See detailLe Magdalénien dans le Nord-Ouest de l'Europe
Miller, Rebecca ULiege; Noiret, Pierre ULiege

Poster (2011)

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See detailMAGED2 function as cell cycle regulator after a genotoxic stress
Trussart, Charlotte ULiege; Pirlot, Céline; Piette, Jacques ULiege et al

Poster (2017, May 11)

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See detail"Les Mages hellénisés". Portrait illusoire d'une sagesse barbare.
Swennen, Philippe ULiege

in Aufrère, Sydney (Ed.) Sagesses barbares: Echanges et réappropriation dans l'espace culturel gréco-romain (2016)

Dans "Les Mages hellénisés", Cumont et Bidez ont tenté un compromis entre l'état de l'art contemporain de la rédaction de leur ouvrage et le contenu des sources classiques qu'ils ont collectées. L'examen ... [more ▼]

Dans "Les Mages hellénisés", Cumont et Bidez ont tenté un compromis entre l'état de l'art contemporain de la rédaction de leur ouvrage et le contenu des sources classiques qu'ils ont collectées. L'examen de ces dernières permet pourtant de douter que les premiers témoins grecs du monde achéménide aient cru en l'historicité récente de Zoroastre. [less ▲]

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See detailMaghrébins en Europe
Martiniello, Marco ULiege; Geisser, V.; Lorcerie, F. et al

in Annuaire de l'Afrique du Nord (1993), XXXII

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See detailMAGiC DRAGONS: A protocol for accurate glycaemic control in general wards
Thomas, Felicity Louise ULiege; Tomlinson, H.; Waston, A. et al

in IFAC Proceedings Volumes (IFAC-PapersOnline) (2014), 19

Accurate glycaemic control (AGC) has been shown to be beneficial to the outcomes of critically ill patients. These benefits may also extend to patients in less acute wards, particularly those with ... [more ▼]

Accurate glycaemic control (AGC) has been shown to be beneficial to the outcomes of critically ill patients. These benefits may also extend to patients in less acute wards, particularly those with existing diabetes. However, the clinical demands of an intensive care glycaemic control protocol are not appropriate for the general wards where the nurse-to-patient ratio is much lower and patients do not typically have an intravenous line available for insulin delivery. Thus, there is a need for a safe, effective glycemic control protocol tailored to the needs of general wards to enable appropriate care for diabetic patients and further testing of the benefits of glycaemic control for this cohort. This paper presents the development and testing of such a protocol for glycaemic control in the general wards. The DRAGONS protocol (Dynamic Regulation for Accurate Glycaemic-control Optimising iNsulin Subcutaneously) was designed to use subcutaneous insulin and only require blood glucose (BG) measurements every four hours, while maintaining BG concentrations within the range 4.4-8.0 mmol/L. Virtual trial simulation indicated an expected time in the target band of 73.0%, with < 2% risk of BG < 4.0 mmol/L. In the first patient recruited to the pilot trial, the DRAGONS protocol achieved 46% time in band and no severe hypoglycaemic episodes. This trial has also highlighted the need for careful selection of the insulin injection site to prevent excessively rapid transport to plasma. © IFAC. [less ▲]

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See detailThe magic gold cluster AU(20)
Kryachko, Eugène ULiege; Remacle, Françoise ULiege

in International Journal of Quantum Chemistry (2007), 107(14), 2922-2934

The 20-nanogold cluster Au-20 exhibits a large variety of two- and three-dimensional isomeric forms. Among them is the ground-state isomer Au-20(T-d) representing the stable cluster with a unique ... [more ▼]

The 20-nanogold cluster Au-20 exhibits a large variety of two- and three-dimensional isomeric forms. Among them is the ground-state isomer Au-20(T-d) representing the stable cluster with a unique tetrahedral shape, with all atoms on the surface, and large HOMO-LUMO gap which even slightly exceeds that of the buckyball fullerene C-60. The anionic cluster Au-20(-) (T-d) that holds its parent tetrahedral symmetry features a high catalytic activity. The list of the properties of the 20-nanogold clusters surveyed in the present work ranges from the energetic order of stability of its isomers to the optical absorption and excitation spectra of the Au-20(T-d) cluster. We also report the structures and properties of its doubly charged clusters Au-20(2+) and Au-20(2-) and computationally confirm that Au-20 is indeed stable. The zero-point-energy-corrected adiabatic second electron affinity of Au-20(T-d) amounts to 0.43-0.53 eV that is consistent with the experimental data. In addition, we provide computational evidence of the existence of the novel, hollow cage isomer of Au-20 and analyze its key properties. (C) 2007 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. [less ▲]

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See detailMAGIC SAM/SHAKEY JAKE "Live at Sylvio's 1968"- LP sleeve notes
Sacré, Robert ULiege

Learning material (1980)

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See detailThe Magical Number Seven and the Contemporary Italian Song
Valenti, Gianluca ULiege

Conference (2010, June 18)

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See detailThe Magical Number Seven and the Early Romance Poetry
Valenti, Gianluca ULiege

in Cognitive Philology (2009), 2

Our capacity to perceive and memorize information is limited to approximately seven (plus or minus two) elements. An element can be defined either as a single bit or as a coherent sequence of organized ... [more ▼]

Our capacity to perceive and memorize information is limited to approximately seven (plus or minus two) elements. An element can be defined either as a single bit or as a coherent sequence of organized bits. This article hypothesizes that, even without explicit theorization, such a rule was working on the earliest writers who first handled accentual prosody, i.e. the 12th and 13th century European poets. In their poetry, one can note a general trend to move towards a “seven-unit disposition” of syllables, verses and strophes. Another evidence of my hypothesis is shown by the greater prevalence rate of this disposition in orally-spread poems than in written ones. [less ▲]

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See detailLa magie des Petites légendes de Maurice Carême
Defays, Jean-Marc ULiege

in Bulletin francophone de Finlande (1990), (6), 29-34

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See detailMagie et constitution chez le premier Sartre. Vers une figure de la néantisation
Dassonneville, Gautier ULiege

in L'Année Mosaïque. Revue de jeunes chercheurs en sciences humaines (2012), 1

The aim of this paper is to show how the theme of magic leads the early Sartre to the well-known concept of nihilation. In order to reach this goal we will use the problem of the constitution of personal ... [more ▼]

The aim of this paper is to show how the theme of magic leads the early Sartre to the well-known concept of nihilation. In order to reach this goal we will use the problem of the constitution of personal consciousness as a guiding thread. After having identified the main features of magic within the framework of Sartre’s distinction between consciousness and the psychic, we will first point out how magic helps clarifying some of the core elements of consciousness as such. We will then compare the different kinds of magic at stake in imaginative and emotional consciousness. We will finally turn to Being and Nothingness where, on our reading, the field of magic appears to disclose the activity of nihilation beyond the dichotomy of being-initself/ for-itself. As a conclusion, we will argue that magic can be considered as a residual element, as it were, of the process of nihilation. [less ▲]

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See detailMagie et imprécations dans les mythes grecs : le cas d'Althaia
Renaud, Jean-Michel ULiege

in Moreau, Alain; Turpin, Jean-Claude (Eds.) La Magie dans l'antiquité grecque tardive. Les mythes. Actes du Colloque International de Montpellier. 25-27 mars 1999, 4 volumes (2000)

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See detailLa magie et la sorcellerie des visages comme socle anthropologique de la philosophie sartrienne
Englebert, Jérôme ULiege

in Etudes Sartriennes (2014), 17-18

L’« émotion » est la possibilité d’une « anthropologie de la relation ». Énoncer une telle proposition nécessite de définir les deux blocs qu’elle relie. Nous réaliserons cette entreprise en recourant à ... [more ▼]

L’« émotion » est la possibilité d’une « anthropologie de la relation ». Énoncer une telle proposition nécessite de définir les deux blocs qu’elle relie. Nous réaliserons cette entreprise en recourant à un troisième axe, intermédiaire : celui du visage ou, plutôt, des visages. La thèse de ce court essai tient à considérer que la phénoménologie sartrienne a déjà réalisé ce travail de fond qui requiert, pour le rendre explicite, articulation simple et ordonnancement. [less ▲]

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See detailMagie et médecine dans les papyrus grecs d'Égypte
de Haro Sanchez, Magali ULiege

in Culture, le magazine culturel de l'Université de Liège (2010)

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See detailMagie et pharmacopée : l’utilisation des végétaux dans les papyrus iatromagiques grecs
de Haro Sanchez, Magali ULiege

in Mythos (2015), 9

The iatromagical papyri, subgenus of the magical papyri, come from Egypt. From the 1st BC to AD the 7th, they appear in the form of formularies, spells copied from them, amulets and a private letter. For ... [more ▼]

The iatromagical papyri, subgenus of the magical papyri, come from Egypt. From the 1st BC to AD the 7th, they appear in the form of formularies, spells copied from them, amulets and a private letter. For many years, the study of these texts has been part of a research program of the Centre de Documentation de Papyrologie Littéraire (CeDoPaL) of the University of Liège. We will present here the results from the analysis of the content of the prescriptions with plants attested in the Greek iatromagical formularies. [less ▲]

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