Arruga

Ar·ru·ga

(ă-rū'gă),
Hermenegildo, Spanish ophthalmologist, 1886-1972. See: Arruga forceps.
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Una arruga nos hace mas humanos, espiritu sin medida, el instante.
Los fabricantes ven un gran potencial en la ropa que brilla, no se arruga o evita el olor corporal.
1991a, 1991b; Ronne, 1992; Stone and Stephens, 1993; Yang and Long, 1993; Lopez and Arruga, 1996; Nicodemo et al.
In 1929 he reported on his work since 1920, and it was confirmed by Arruga of Barcelona, Amsler of Lausanne, and Veil of Strasbourg, all of whom he had taught and who practiced the same techniques.