gobbo


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gobbo

(ˈɡɒbəʊ)
n, pl -bis
(Pathology) a hunchback
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While I'm at it, Noddy's friends the Tubby Bear family will now be called Mr & Mrs Sensible Eating Bears, while Sly and Gobbo, the mischievous goblins, will have to cause mayhem under more bland aliases.
Del Gobbo LC, Falk MC, Feldman R, Lewis K, Mozaffarian D.
These new results, including many studies which previously had not reported their findings, provide the most comprehensive picture to-date of how omega-3s may influence heart disease," said Liana C Del Gobbo from Stanford University in the US.
Nessa mesma linha de pensamento, novos estudos investigaram a utilizacao ou implementacao do sistema em centros de distribuicao de empresas (Silva, 2013), em organizacoes do setor moveleiro (Costa & Gobbo Junior, 2008), no segmento alimenticio (Martins, Brito, Freitas & Nunes, 2010; Arieira, 2012), no setor textil (Hekis et al.
Tree nut consumption--almonds, Brazil nuts, cashews, hazelnuts, macadamias, pecans, pine nuts, pistachios, and walnuts--was found to lower total cholesterol, LDL ("bad") cholesterol, apolipoprotein (ApoB), and triglycerides, said lead author Liana Del Gobbo, PhD, a researcher in cardiovascular medicine at Stanford University who conducted the study as a research fellow at Tufts' Friedman School.
Comic relief is provided by Ken Nwosu's Gratiano in flap-cap and fluorescent trainers and Tim Samuels' clown-faced Launcelot Gobbo, who flings banana skins into the auditorium.
The main catalysts for laughter are two characters usually barely noticed, Launcelot Gobbo, a servant who press-gangs two groundlings into becoming his ventriloquists' dummies and drunken, lecherous Gratiano.
Musicians for the ceremony were Layla Humphries and Eliza Warden on violin, Timothy Winstead on viola, and Mary Del Gobbo on cello.
Finally, the hypothesis of this essay is corroborated by the similarities between the roles acted by Kemp, that of Launce in The Two Gentlemen of Verona and that of Launcelot il Gobbo in The Merchant of Venice, works that are both set in the Venetian dominion, and the role of Ruzante staged by Angelo Beolco.
Il prologo e questa volta affidato a un gobbo che paragona le sproporzioni e le anomalie del testo a quelle del proprio corpo, e che anzi propone se stesso come materializzazione sensibile del testo:
Gobbo and Schmulsky (2007) discussed the complexity of the needs of children with emotional disorders and the lack of strategies for teachers to use in classrooms to help them be successful with this population.