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(bē-ahng'kē),
Giovanni B., Italian anatomist, 1681-1761. See: Bianchi nodule.
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Team Bianchi Countervail Phl sets out for another victory as it vies in the UCI-sanctioned Sandugo International Mountain Bike Challenge 2018 firing off today at the Eastridge Sandugo Trail in Binangonan, Rizal.
M2 EQUITYBITES-March 6, 2018-The Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation appoints Pauline Bianchi as VP of R&D
Claudio Bianchi has, for lack of a better phrase, put himself out to pasture.
Carol Cooke is a descendant of Carlo Bianchi - and she is far from being the only one WHEN Carlo Bianchi left his native Italy more than 200 years ago in search of a better life, he could not have known where his journey would end.
A (CCFBank), has said that it has appointed Stephen Bianchi as its president and chief executive officer.
The family of the late French Formula One driver Jules Bianchi are planning legal action against the sport's governing body, his former Marussia team and Bernie Ecclestone's Formula One Group, they said in a statement on Thursday.
A framed letter from Lejeune hangs outside the office of Diana Bianchi, who is arguably America's best-known neonatal geneticist.
While Bianchi careered off in blinding spray, Kvyat's happened on a dry track in brilliant sunshine when he put one wheel off the tarmac while going flat out.
LEWIS Hamilton believes the sport of Formula One faces a challenging future after it was rocked by the death of Jules Bianchi.
Formula One and the wider world of motorsport mourned the death of young Frenchman Jules Bianchi on Saturday, nine months after the Marussia driver suffered critical head injuries at last year's Japanese Grand Prix.
Todt's announcement came after former Ferrari chairman Luca di Montezemolo revealed that Bianchi was being lined up as a future driver.
The family of Jules Bianchi have spoken of their "immense pain" after the Formula 1 driver died of his head injuries.