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“I remove the Dream-Lucid Armet, and take a deep breath.”
“In 1906, Armet de Lisle financed the establishment of the Laboratoire biologique du radium in Paris and three of the most important French radiotherapists, Louis Wickham, Jacques Danne, and Henri Dominici, became associated with the lab.”
“In 1904, she and Pierre saw the prospect for the financial support of their institute in Emile Armet de Lisle's attempts to market radium salts.”
“The son of a chemical industrialist, Armet de Lisle extended the family's quinine business located in Nogent-sur-Marne outside Paris, by including the manufacture of radium salts.”
“Radium was what Marie Curie and the industrial chemist Armet de Lisle certainly saw as the most important new commodity.”
“It almost looked like a flying saucer," says Victor Newlove of Armet Davis Newlove Architects.”
“It's been reported by The Armet Report that former St. Albert Tory MLA Mary O'Neill has been appointed Executive Director of the Edmonton-based Glenrose Foundation.”
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