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bardo

(ˈbɑːdəʊ)
n (often capital)
(Buddhism) (in Tibetan Buddhism) the state of the soul between its death and its rebirth
[Tibetan bardo between two]
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GUIDO BARDI, A Florentine prince SIMONE, a merchant BIANNA, his wife
Sir Guido Bardi, you are welcome here, Twice welcome.
Bardi explained the problem of donor drop over the past few years by the lack of organ culture in Tunisia and the Maghreb countries, leading to the death of the patient waiting for a transplant.
Venus de la Tunisie, de l'Algerie, du Maroc, de la Mauritanie et de la France, les participants prendront part a 4 ateliers dont trois seront articules autour du role des medias et de la societe civile dans la promotion du don d'organes, a ajoute Bardi.
Four minutes later the midfield were posted missing as Macedonia moved up the park and Bardi drilled in a low shot from 20 yards.
The immigrants came from all over Italy, but many were from the northern Appenine Mountain region and the town of Bardi.
It was a hammer blow that Southgate's men struggled to respond to, with a low Redmond effort and longrange Kane strike both dealt with by Italy's impressive captain Bardi.
Kane then almost scored a spectaculr goal when he wonderfully controlled a diagonal Carl Jenkinson pass then hit a curling effort which Francesco Bardi clawed away.
Yet, as I write this essay, there are simultaneous shows about Bo Bardi at the Museo Nazionale delle Arti del XXI Secolo in Rome, "Lina Bo Bardi in Italia," and the Graham Foundation in Chicago, "Lina Bo Bardi: Together," which was launched three years ago in London and has made nine stops on its way to its present venue.