calabrese


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calabrese

(ˌkæləˈbreɪzɪ)
n
(Plants) a variety of green sprouting broccoli
[C20: from Italian: Calabrian]
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Calabrese stated that the use of entry and evaluation criteria had been validated for both sensitivity and specificity.
Calabrese, who is professor of medicine at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation.
Calabrese is world renowned for his work in rheumatology and immunodeficiency diseases, particularly HIV and Hepatitis-C.
VINNIE CALABRESE doesn't win many matches and he could be on the end of another beating when he takes on THOR CHUAN LEONG in the first round of Shanghai Masters qualifiers in Barnsley today, writes Henry Hardwicke.
The Northern Ireland team fell to a two-frame deficit as Neil Robertson fired in a 77 break in the first frame before Vinnie Calabrese took the second.
Born in Australia to an Italian father and Papua New Guinean mother, Calabrese has been in the UK playing snooker for much of the past decade and is looking forward to the biggest match of his career so far.
Eugene Klein, a Roman Catholic priest, was accused of scheming with Chicago Outfit enforcer Frank Calabrese Sr.
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Still, police charged Calabrese with a violation of the "Places Weapons Prohibited" statute, but unlike other people who make the same mistake, officers did not arrest the airline pilot.
They are not my favourite vegetables, but a few purple-sprouting broccoli and calabrese are tasty and healthy.
Calabrese said at the annual congress of the European College of Neuropsychopharmacology.
Calabrese said that he has been a consultant to and received research support from Teva and more than a dozen other drug companies.