Bignami

Big·na·mi

(bēn-yah'mē),
Amico, Italian physician, 1862-1929. See: Marchiafava-Bignami disease.
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Giovanni Bignami, Enciclopedia dei musicisti bresciani.
Para Bignami (2002) hasta principios del siglo XX las artes y los relatos de viajes fueron casi en su totalidad opiniones en el exterior acerca de Brasil.
292) See Francesca Bignami, European Versus American Liberty: A Comparative Privacy Analysis of Antiterrorism Data Mining, 48 B.
Line 5 of the Milan Metro links Bignami Parco Nord station to San Siro Stadio station, along a route extending for about 13 kilometres, with 19 stations and a light transport system connected with Milan's other underground lines.
79) See generally Francesca Bignami, The Administrative State in a Separation of Powers Constitution: Lessons for European Community Rulemaking from the United States, Part 11(C)(2) (Jean Monnet Cntr.
Invariably, people feel that their own identity is linked to their country's image (CEVERO, 2013) and every country creates an image in the mind of its people (ANHOLT, 2007; BIGNAMI, 2002; KOTLER and KELLER, 2012).
The translation was undertaken by Giovanni F Bignami, director of science at the Italian Space Agency, under the title Against the Donning of the Gown (Bignami, 2000).
Francesca Bignami, Cooperative Legalism and the Non-Americanization of European Regulatory Styles: The Case of Data Privacy, 59 Am.