D'Inzeo


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D'Inzeo

(Italian dinˈtsɛːo)
n
(Biography) Piero (ˈpjɛːro), born 1923, and his brother Raimondo (raiˈmondo), 1925–2013, Italian showjumping riders
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Jockey Alan Ball " A different newspaper said that leavin the paddock Dinzeo - that's how both reports spelt it, but conceivably it might have been D'Inzeo - had knuckled over and grounded Alan, and then "made off towards Newmarket High Street at high speed.
[10.] Spanu T, Sanguinetti M, Tumbarello M, D'Inzeo T, Fiori B, Posteraro B, et al.
D'inzeo, "Quantitative assessment of dielectric parameters for membrane lipid bilayers from rf permittivity measurements," Bioelectromagnetics, vol.
D'Inzeo, "A 3-D microdosimetric study on blood cells: a permittivity model of cell membrane and stochastic electromagnetic analysis," IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, vol.
Jonny comfortably held on for silver, making the brothers the first to finish one and two at an Olympics since Italians Piero and Raimondo D'Inzeo of Italy in equestrian in 1960.
It made the pair the first brothers to land a one-two at an Olympics since Italian horsemen Piero and Raimondo D'Inzeo pulled off the perfect snap for the family album 56 years ago.
It came down to a race between them and Alistair made his break on the third lap of the run, pulling away to claim a dominant victory Jonny comfortably held on for silver, making the brothers the first to finish one and two at an Olympics since Italians Piero and Raimondo D'Inzeo of Italy in equestrian in 1960.
They were the first from any country at a summer Games since Piero and Raimondo D'Inzeo of Italy in equestrian in 1960 and only the sixth ever.
The IJRC, founded in 1997 by a group of 25 international jumping riders including David Broome, Raimondo D'Inzeo, Paul Schockomoehle and Nelson Pessoa, is under the direction of Eleonora Ottaviani Moroni.
D'Inzeo, "A coplanar-waveguide system for cells exposure during electrophysiological recordings," IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, Vol.