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punto

(ˈpʊntəʊ)
n, pl -tos
1. (Fencing) fencing a hit or sword thrust
2. obsolete a tiny detail
3. obsolete a point of time
4. (Medicine) obsolete a tingling sensation
5. (Ceramics) ceramics a rod used in glass-making
6. (Card Games) cards the ace of trumps in some games
Also called: puncto
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Strong favourites Maria Alvarez Ponton on T'aime de Coeur and Jaume Punti Dachs on Twyst Maison Blanche, both from Spain, made exits before the finish but that did not stop the remaining Spanish riders who bagged the next three positions to help their country win the Team Gold.
Il testo di (C) e stato collazionato con (A) per i punti piu oscuri, dei quali sono forniti i dettagli nelle note.
It's worth noting that HH Shaikh Nasser finished behind the Spanish duo of Jaume Punti and Alex Luque who came first and second respectively in the event.
Shaikh Nasser finished behind Spanish duo Jaume Punti and Alex Luque, who were first and second respectively in the event which saw more than 140 men and women international jockeys taking part.
Sugli uomini si puo sempre intervenire (so di che stoffa si vestono gli 'avvocaticchi' che dirigono i poveri contadini), ma se crolla un'istituzione, va a rivincere i punti di attrito
A l'UdeM, un bloc de 7 cours de trois heures, coordonne par Dre Rosita Punti (IUSMM), est donne aux residents de 3e annee par plusieurs professeurs du Departement et couvre les principaux themes d'interet en gerontopsychiatrie.
Gondolieri and Oro di Punti are small elegant works, the boating Venetians and buildings somehow brought to life with just a few careful small strokes and little detail.
Builder Pere Puig Punti, 57, went on the rampage after being informed he would be out of a job after Christmas.
In all three women Maoists identified as Jasmini alias Phulmani Soye, Julian Punti and Mariyam alias Magdali were arrested with their unidentified male counterpart.
Swiss soprano Karen Vourc'h was a moving and sensitive Annina, Italian soprano Giuseppina Punti was a jealous and passionate Desideria, Romanian tenor Attila B.
Il testo parte da quelli che sono gli stereotipi classici del rapporto tra letteratura e italiano per stranieri, da quelle che sono le difficolta e i punti deboli di questo rapporto e, ribaltandone i pregiudizi, proprio su questi costruisce i propri punti di forza.