Bignami

Big·na·mi

(bēn-yah'mē),
Amico, Italian physician, 1862-1929. See: Marchiafava-Bignami disease.
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Francesca Bignami, Cooperative Legalism and the Non-Americanization of European Regulatory Styles: The Case of Data Privacy, 59 Am.
Giovanni Bignami, a professor and president of Italy's National Institute for Astrophysics, said that Pope Francis' statement is significant.
He joined teammates Saturday to applaud equipment manager Jesse Bignami for his birthday, then broke off to jog around the fields at the Sao Paulo Futebol Clube training complex with fitness coach Masa Sakihana as the rest of the Americans warmed up.
We greatly hope that Russia will continue effectively working and helping all its partners, both Russian and from other counties, in your very hard but interesting and noble work," Putin told Giovanni Bignami, the president of COSPAR, while visiting the Cosmonautics Memorial Museum in Moscow.
It is a 13km-long subway that will operate between Bignami and San Siro Stadium passing via the Repubblica area at Garibaldi station.
Bignami - Louis Bignami, 76, of Florence, died Feb.
For a theoretical approach that accommodates this view, see generally Francesca Bignami, From Expert Administration to Accountability Network: A New Paradigm for Comparative Administrative Law, 59 Am.
Petruzzi S, Fiore M, Dell'Omo G, Bignami G, Alleva E.
Kagan, Adversarial Legalism: The American Way of Law 3 (2001) (defining adversarial legalism as policymaking by means of litigation); Francesca Bignami, Cooperative Legalism and the Non-Americanization of European Regulatory Styles: The Case of Data Privacy, 59 Am.
5) See Francesca Bignami, Cooperative Legalism and the Non-Americanization of European Regulatory Styles: The Case of Data Privacy, 59 AM.