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Bel·li·ni

(bĕ-lē'nē),
Lorenzo, Italian physician and anatomist, 1643-1704. See: Bellini ducts, Bellini ligament.
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Turning to the musical contents, as with the previous volumes in the Bellini series, anyone who is so inclined can pull out any of the commercially available conventional editions of I Puritani and compare them to what Delia Seta's edition has to offer.
Italian favourites such as pizza and pasta are all fresh and available at Bellini alongside seafood, steaks and a range of specials including gluten free options.
According to Loris Bellini, when comparing new Pulsar machine to our ordinary technology, our customers appreciate its very low consumption figures, and we can share following astonishing numbers.
Russian Soul, on a mark of 104, is rated higher than his three rivals but because of the race conditions he receives 2lb from Bubbly Bellini and My Good Brother, who is having his first run since October.
Nietzsche, it is widely known, was one of the major influences on Savinio; what Bellini adds to pre-existing scholarship is his taking the philosopher's works as a vantage point to observe key changes in the writer's poetics.
Mr Bellini estimated that the Persian Gulf exported several hundred thousand cars to Iran before the sanctions.
The Bellini Kitchen Master (BKM) is actually an eight-in-one appliance that chops, blends, kneads, whips, mixes, stirs, fries, steams and boils.
Accretive Health Inc (NYSE:AH), a provider of end-to-end healthcare revenue cycle management services and population health management services infrastructure, on Wednesday named Joseph Bellini as its chief revenue officer.
Dr Bellini - who it turns out is the son of a County Durham coal miner - is well-placed to look at the region through a critical lens, having chaired several debates on the future of the economy across the UK for Barclays Corporate over recent months.
This wildly successful and versatile take on the classic Bellini is why the 643-room Phoenician Resort in Scottsdale, Ariz, garnered Cheers' 2010 Best Chain Signature Drink Award.
THE West needs to focus on opportunities emerging through the "explosion in populations" taking place in the developing world where cities are driving economic development, global futurist James Bellini told a business event yesterday.
Pople's exhibition, titled Bellini 21c, includes a work called Altarpiece in which the figures in the famous Bellini altarpiece in Venice are obscured by an image of a woman being penetrated from behind and having oral sex.