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pi·gno·li

 (pēn-yō′lē)
pl.n.
Pine nuts.

[Italian, pl. of pignolo, pine nut, from pigna, pine cone, variant of pina, from Latin pīnea; see pineal.]

pignoli

The Italian term for pine nuts.
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Dolce, G., Quintieri, M., Leto, E., Milano, M., Pileggi, A., Lagani, V., & Pignolo, L.
Furthermore, both illnesses are associated with inadequate dietary habits (Pignolo et al., 2010; Warensjo Lemming et al., 2017).
Pignolo et al., "Upper limb rehabilitation after stroke: ARAMIS a "robo-mechatronic" innovative approach and prototype," in 2012 4th IEEE RAS & EMBS International Conference on Biomedical Robotics and Biomechatronics (BioRob), pp.
(39.) Cairns DM, Pignolo RJ, Uchimura T, Brennan TA, Lindborg CM, Xu M, Kaplan FS, Shore EM, Zeng L.
[5.] Dolce G, Arcuri F, Carozzo S, Cortese MD, Greco P, Lucca LF, Pignolo L, Pugliese ME, Riganello F.
Pignolo, "Robotics in Neuro-Rehabilitation", Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine, vol.
(11.) Kaplan FS, Le Merrer M, Glaser DL, Pignolo RJ, Goldsby RE, Kitterman JA et al.
Pignolo, "Robotics in neuro-rehabilitation," Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine, vol.
(25.) Cristofalo V, Allen R, Pignolo R, Martin B, Beck J.
El concepto de senescencia celular fue propuesto hace aproximadamente cuatro decadas por Leonard Hayflick (1961) como: 'la perdida irreversible de la capacidad proliferativa de celulas que se mantienen en un estado metabolicamente activo necesario para su supervivencia" (Hayflick y Moorhead, 1961; Cristofalo y Pignolo, 1996; Bandyopadhyay et al., 2005; Campisi y d'Adda di Fagagna, 2007; Jeyapalan y Sedivy, 2008).
The tacchino farcito and pumpkin specialties will be served at the Regina Baglioni in Rome (a celebrated restaurant in one of the city's best hotels), the Ristorante Olio & Convivium in Florence (known for its wine and food in an historic palazzo), or the Antico Pignolo in Venice (a popular and elegant restaurant in a former 13th-century spice shop).