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Gobbi

(Italian ˈɡɔbbi)
n
(Biography) Tito (ˈtiːto). 1915–84, Italian operatic baritone
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Dominique Gobbi, principal, said: "There is a great deal for us to be proud of as a community.
Gabriella Gobbi said, "While the link between cannabis and mood regulation has been largely studied in preclinical studies, there was still a gap in clinical studies regarding the systematic evaluation of the link between adolescent cannabis consumption and the risk of depression and suicidal behaviour in young adulthood.
Alberto Gobbi, world-renowned specialist in arthroscopic surgery, cartilage repair and regenerative medicine, will present findings from a 10-year follow-up study of patients treated with HYALOFAST HA scaffold with Bone Marrow Aspirate Concentrate in a one-step surgery.
There is an interactive post-conference half-day workshop from Lieutenant General (Ret'd) Antonio Li Gobbi, Former Director of Operations, NATO HQ International Military Staff on "Network-Based C4I for Complex Operational Environments."
Job burnout has been shown to be predicted by job satisfaction among PE teachers (Carraro, Gobbi, Moe', 2017).
Celeste Scotti [ID], (1) Alberto Gobbi, (2) Norimasa Nakamura [ID], (3,4) and Giuseppe M.
Gobbi is a specialist in infectious diseases at the Center for Tropical Diseases, Sacro Cuore Hospital, Verona, Italy.
Tito Gobbi (1913-84) as Figaro in "II Barbiere di Siviglia." Trained initially as a bass, Gobbi made Sonnambula in 1935.
Wildenstein has been linked with a number of high-profile men in the past - European filmmaker Sergio Gobbi, Cyril Piguet, and Saudi arms dealer Adnan Khashoggi. 
Hugo Gobbi served in Cyprus from 1980-1984 and suggested Morphou be returned to its original legal inhabitants.