Ranvier Ran·vier (räɴ-vyā'), Louis Antoine. 1835-1922.
French histologist noted for his studies of nerve endings and skin structure.
Sotnitschewsky27 shows that a concurrent paralysis of the vaso-motor nerves, as claimed by ranvier, is unnecessary.
We follow them to the Hôtel-de-Ville, where ranvier, who is on duty there, receives them.
ranvier went in search of cannon, and mounted them in the fort of Issy, thus preventing the Versaillese from taking the offensive.
Two nerve fibers, showing the nodes or constrictions of ranvier and the axis cylinder.
The mayors had no longer an army when, at ten o'clock, ranvier came to ask for their final decision.
ranvier, in an interval of silence, cried out, "In the name of the People the Commune is proclaimed."
The only one of real energy, the upright and warm-hearted ranvier, was at the mercy of his blind kindliness.
The only one of its members who played any part was ranvier, splendidly energetic in the combats.
The son of ranvier, twelve years old, was cruelly beaten for refusing to betray the hiding-place of his father.
ranvier, interrogating the drummer, learned that the order emanated from General du Bisson.