bizzo

bizzo

(ˈbɪzəʊ)
n
1. empty and irrelevant talk or ideas; nonsense: all that bizzo.
2. a businessman's club
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The action of abiotic factors on the content and composition of essential oils may be influenced by seasonality (Silva, Oliveira, Costa, Bizzo, & Oliveira, 2006; Nogueira, Diaz, & Sakumo, 2007; Morais, 2009), availability of water, luminosity, temperature, stage of development and nutritional status (Gobbo-Neto & Lopes, 2007).
ALVIANO, W.S., MENDONCA-FILHO, R.R., ALVIANO, D.S., BIZZO, H.R., SOUTO-PADRON, T., RODRIGUES, M.L., BOLOGNESE, A.M., ALVIANO, C.S.
Assim, o envase sai bem mais em conta do que a aquisicao de vasilhames novos, mesmo considerando os custos de transito dos vasilhames usados se for considerada uma distancia rodoviaria de ate 175 km (Fabi, Ensinas, Machado & Bizzo, 2005).
Brazil is currently the world's fourth larger exporter of essential oils, mainly the citric, such as orange, lemon and lime (BIZZO & REZENDE, 2009; COMTRADE, 2014).
The essential oils of tangerine, lemon, and orange are among the highest selling citrus compositions in the world for perfumes (BIZZO et al., 2009).
O artigo Dialogos tonicos com criancas surdas a partir de praticas psicomotoras, de Katia Bizzo Schaefer, traz uma discussao, no ambito da Educacao Infantil, sobre os dialogos tonicos que ocorrem com criancas surdas atraves do olhar da Psicomotricidade, dos estudos sobre surdez e da filosofia nietzschiana, que abordam o corpo como vontade de potencia.
Eduardo Rodrigues da Silva, (1) Danilo Ribeiro de Oliveira, (1) Patricia Dias Fernandes, (2) Humberto Ribeiro Bizzo, (3) and Suzana Guimaraes Leitao (1)
Katiki LM, Chagas ACS, Bizzo HR, Ferreira JFD, Amarante AFT (2011) Anthelmintic activity of Cymbopogon martinii, Cymbopogon schoenanthus and Mentha piperita essential oils evaluated in four different in vitro tests.