volpino

volpino

(vɒlˈpiːnəʊ)
n
(Breeds) an Italian breed of dog
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Volpino et al., "Palliative management of malignant antro-pyloric strictures.
Cangemi V Volpino P Gentili S Giuliani A Di Martino M Cangemi R et al.
In a study of healthy traffic police officers exposed to urban pollutants, researchers found that post-exercise recovery of cardiopulmonary function, including HR and BP, was significantly better in control subjects than in subjects in the exposed group (Volpino et al.
Note: My sincere apologies to Paul Volpino, whose name was misspelled in Joel Shoemaker's interview Nine Authors Talk About Intellectual Freedom in the June issue.
(21.) Fiori E, Lamazza A, De Cesare A, Bononi M, Volpino P, Schillaci A.
(30) La Cassaria focuses on two young men, Erofilo and Caridoro, who enlist their servants, Volpino and Fulcio, to rescue their loves from an avaricious pimp.
The oil painting, entitled A Volpino Italiano and Other Dogs in an Interior, will be auctioned at Bonham's in New York next Tuesday.
che, mi sia lecito il dirlo, e il vizio del nostro secolo che vuol far parlare gli appassionati colle massime di chi a sangue freddo esamina la passione medesima", (26) e ribadita anche per bocca dei suoi personaggi, nel nome della distinzione dei generi letterari:</p> <pre> VOLPINO: Che gusti balordi!
Yvonne Barclay made a sparkling Grilletta, although her words were not always clear, a characteristic shared by Jacqueline Varsey's Volpino, the original castrato role.
Fiori E, Lamazza A, Volpino P, Burza A, Paparelli C, Cavallaro G, Schillaci A, Cangemi V.