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globus

(ˈɡləʊbəs)
n
(Anatomy) anatomy any spherelike structure
Translations
Globusgefühl
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For example, Bacon employs the image when describing the arts in general as "the bonds of nature" in the Descriptio globi intellectual (1612):
(4.) Il film fu inoltre presentato nella Quinzaine des Realisateurs al 31 [degrees] Festival di Cannes e ha vinto i seguenti premi: Teleplay Award assegnato a Werner Schroeter al Baden-Baden TV Film Festival (1978); il Silver Hugo per il miglior film al Chicago International Film Festival (1978); i premi per la miglior regia a Schroeter e miglior fotografia a Thomas Mauch agli German Film Awards ( 1979); il premio per migliore attrice esordiente a Ida Di Benedetto ai Globi d'Oro (1979).
For kids, there is also Globi's Chocolate Experience, where Globi takes them on a tour of the factory with special exhibits.
Follow up MRI study on T1WI demonstrated almost complete regression of hyperintense signal in the globi pallidi and in the substantia nigra, as well as complete regression of hyperintense signal in the nuclei dentati, crura cerebri and red nuclei on T2WI and FLAIR (Fig.
It is a straight or slightly curved rod that is present singly or in small or large bundles or globi. The organism cannot be grown in vitro, but can be grown in the foot pads of mice and in the nine-banded armadillo.
Una vez realizada la separacion de los individuos de cada grupo muestral (AM y BM), se tabularon los datos referidos al puntaje de ingreso (PI), nota obtenida en las evaluaciones practicas (gymkanas) inicial (GYMI) y en el examen practico final del curso (EXPF), evaluacion teorica global inicial (GLOBI), y por ultimo la nota final (NF) del ano academico 2009 (Tabla I).
Globi Neerlandici: The Production of Globes in the Low Countries, HES Publishers, Utrecht.
The baseline brain MRI scan was characterized by bilateral peripheral hypointensity in the globi pallidi with a central focus of gliosis, the typical "eye-of-the-tiger" sign [14].
Slit-skin smear from earlobes revealed bacterial index (BI) 6+ with globi and morphological index (MI) of 7%.
Russians call it pishki, and in Rome they call it globi'.