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scaglia

(ˈskæljə)
n
a type of reddish limestone found in Italy
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The new study, published in the Journal of Mammalian Evolution, by Dr Robin Beck, a mammal systematist at the University of Salford, and Matias Taglioretti, a palaeontologist at the Museo Municipal de Ciencias Naturales 'Lorenzo Scaglia' in Argentina, focused on a recently discovered four-million-year-old skull of Sparassocynus that provides key new information on the animal.
O jogo de futebol e caracterizado por ser sistemico, ecologico, irredutivel e coletivo, o que passa a exigir adaptacoes as situacoes que sao ineditas, ou seja, para se responder da melhor forma as demandas do jogo, exigese inteligencia para jogar (Scaglia, 2011).
Oltre agli espliciti riferimenti alla questione meridionale, al razzismo verso i napoletani e alio squilibrio dello sviluppo economico del paese, il film si scaglia contro i cosiddetti esistenzialisti, dietro cui si celano un po' tutti gli intellettuali, definiti, secondo il pregiudizio piccolo borghese dell'epoca, come amanti dello sporco, "la classe elevata dell'umanita, l'aristocrazia dello sporco, gli atleti dell'ozio, gli scienziati delia nausea" ai quali tutto fa schifo e per i quali tutto e noia.
Os Jogos Esportivos Coletivos (JEC) constituem uma classe particular de modalidades esportivas cuja disputa e baseada na oposicao entre duas equipes, em um espaco comum, com o objetivo principal de pontuar e impedir que o adversario pontue, os JEC englobam modalidades como basquetebol, handebol, futsal e futebol (Reverdito e Scaglia, 2009).
With confusing testimony by a textbook of mythical characters, from the Wizard to three blind mice and Pinocchio, testifying before Justice Scaglia, with a Scarecrow as prosecutor, almost anything can happen, it seems.
Scaglia, "Disorders of carnitine biosynthesis and transport," Molecular Genetics and Metabolism, vol.
Scaglia in 2003 described a child harboring the homoplasmic m.5843A>G transition in the MTTY gene with a history of steroid-resistant nephrotic syndrome caused by focal segmental glomerulosclerosis at age of 2 years and onset of dilated cardiomyopathy from the age of 7 years; combined respiratory chain defect and a partial coenzyme Q10 deficiency were found on skeletal muscle biopsy.
The upper portion of this formation is characterized mainly by marly limestone and shales and is referred to as the "Scaglia formation." The Tuscan and Umbria Nappe carbonatic formation reaches a thickness of about 3,700 meters (Alfina015 well, see Figure 1) [31].
La historia comenzo en 1996 cuando Messi y Lucas Scaglia, primo de Antonella y amigo de Leo, y Antonella empezaron a pasar juntos muchos momentos en Rosario.
On its significance as a document of architectural interests and activity in fifteenth-century Florence, see Gustina Scaglia, 'The Origin of an Archaeological Plan of Rome by Alessandro Strozzi', Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, 27 (1964), 137-63.