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An extreme left grouping in the National Convention.
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The two minute musical tribute to The Great March of Return consists of three short pieces, freely rearranged for transverse flute: "A las Mujeres" ("To the Women"), a song from the Spanish Civil War; "I ribelli della montagna" ("The rebels of the mountain"), and "Fischia il vento" ("The wind whistles") two songs of Italian Resistance.
Attraverso un'analisi esperta l'autrice rintraccia, tra La morsa del 1910 e l'incompiuto I giganti della montagna, quella che definisce la piu audace sperimentazione italiana della varieta delle conclusioni teatrali a cui il Novecento si apre.
Lugaresi E, Medori R, Montagna P, Baruzzi A, Cortelli P, Lugaresi A, et al.
Se han descrito una serie de cambios en la piel como parte del proceso de envejecimiento (Bargmann, 1961; Lavker, 1979; Kligman, 1979; Berr et al., 1992; Montagna & Carlisle, 1979; Lozada Ordonez & Rueda, 2010; Silva et al., 2017), pero pocos autores han evidenciado dificultad en la observacion de este patron (Kligman; Berr et al.; Silva et al.).
Montagna commented, The ability to automatically isolate DNA and prepare sequence ready DNA libraries will help to reduce the overall cost of NGS for both research and clinical applications.
albicans showed 100% sensitivity to both caspofungin and micafungin similar to finding by Montagna et al.
In San Zeno di Montagna, known as Lake Garda's 'balcony' as it towers 680m above sea level over the lake, we stumbled on the Bellavista hotel offering a menu that was in tune with the season - chestnuts seemed to feature in almost every dish.
Montagna, "Candida bloodstream infections in Italy: Changing epidemiology during 16 years of surveillance," BioMed Research International, vol.
Some studies have shown that camouflaging of nests is a common behavior of Mischocyttarus species (Jeanne 1972; Gianotti 1999; Montagna et al.
However, populations of these benthic mollusks are known to be extremely variable, presumably as a result of the highly variable salinity regimes of this ecosystem (Montagna & Kalke 1995).