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perone

(ˈpɛrənɪ)
n
(Anatomy) anatomy an obsolete word for fibula
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Perone has written other books on popular music for the publishers.
Director of communications for the Treasury Department, Joseph Perone, said the project will require the company to remove the foundation of the 675,000-square-foot Kirkbride Building as well as remove the underground tunnels that were used for the transportation of patients.
Perone (American music and music theory, Mount Union College) describes the development of British pop and rock and roll music, from skiffle and the teen idols of the 1950s to the mods and rockers and the British Invasion.
Perone has written on music of the Vietnam conflict, the counterculture era, and Woodstock, as well as authoring a number of bibliographies, including five titles in Greenwood Press's Bio-bibliographies in Music series.
This means that each individual has to take full responsibility for accumulating retirement assets and have full responsibility for managing those assets to last a lifetime," Perone said.
Professor Perone holds degrees from Long Island University, Hofstra University and New York University.
Before you find an agent, it's important to assess what costs to cover in case of premature death,'' said Herb Perone, a spokesman for the American Council of Life Insurance.
Interpretacion errada, pero interesante: Saul concluye, por metonimia, que de tanto caminar, el perone se le ha iluminado a esta muchacha, y que, otra vez por metonimia, la luz del hueso contagia la carnosa pantorrilla que lo cubre.