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(ahn'tō-nē),
Nils R., Swedish neurologist, 1887-1968. See: Antoni type A neurilemoma, Antoni type B neurilemoma.
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Major organization : AYUNTAMIENTO DE SANT ANTONI DE VILAMAJOR
Antoni Sulek's parents Piotr and Julia had endured a harrowing Second World War, which included Siberian labour camps.
Antoni Sulek was born to parents Piotr and Julia, who met at the Common Resettlement Camp near Morpeth, which began taking displaced Polish people in 1947.
Holly and Ashley were dubbed "Judas sisters" for their part in the plot that ended with Antoni, 61, butchered in bed for his money and jewellery, at his home in Old Colwyn.
However, after disturbing Antoni in bed, Harding, armed with kitchen commando knives, stabbed him repeatedly.
Antoni Cipars was in his garden on Sunday afternoon when his ordeal with the scorpion-like insect - called a Devil's coach horse - began.
Yellow Wheel Publishing announce the release of a new book, "23 Days A Memoir of 1939" by Antoni Jozef Podolski
Robert Antoni gracefully combines layers of idealism, love, and a plague of the Black Vomit in this historical novel.
Antoni Cerowski, 23, was one of 10 finalists in the JTL National Apprenticeship Awards 2012, held at the historic Tower of London last month.
The French will field up to five debutants on Saturday - Antoni Maria, Kevin Larroyer, Jeremy Guiraud, Stanislas Robin and Clement Soubeyras.
CHESTER last night signed Crewe Alexandra midfielder Antoni Sarcevic for a nominal fee.
Summary: Madrid - Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee at the Spanish Congress of Deputies, Josep Antoni Duran i Lleida, reiterated, Thursday in Madrid, his support for Morocco's proposal to grant autonomy to its southern provinces as a suitable solution to settle the Sahara issue.