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perone

(ˈpɛrənɪ)
n
(Anatomy) anatomy an obsolete word for fibula
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La hemimelia del perone es el acortamiento congenito de los huesos largos mas frecuente, seguida por la agenesia o hipoplasia de la tibia, el cubito, el radio y el femur, respectivamente (1).
In this month's Sounding Board ("A Millennial walks into a church," pages 27-31) Nicole Perone writes about her experience as a young adult working for the church.
Perone has written other books on popular music for the publishers.
About half of the essays are by editor Perone (music, University of Mount Union); other contributors are musicians and scholars in American studies, history, sociology, and popular culture studies.
The Hoops had decent chances as the mercurial adel Taarabt hit the woodwork twice, as did Bruno Perone did late on.
El nervio cutaneo sural lateral es rama del nervio peroneo comun, y se origina del mismo proximalmente, casi siempre en la fosa poplitea o antes de rodear la cabeza del perone (1,2,5).
Perone. (The Praeger Singer-Songwriter Collection.) Westport, CT: Praeger, 2006.
Herb Perone, an NASD spokesman, according to the article, is quoted as saying, "We don't have the authority to declare that." Yet, Mr.
Herb Perone, an ACLI spokesman, said baby boomers over the next 30 years are going to double the retirement population from 35 million to 70 million people.