Caroli

Ca·ro·li

(kah-rō'lē),
J., 20th-century French physician. See: Caroli disease.
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It's just a good job the public don't see any of this,' he says, waving to the stage where the lights are flashing from purple to green, Daisy the cow's two halves are talking to dame Don Maclean and the King, Charlie Caroli, is waving to the youngsters from Birmingham Stage School sitting in the stalls waiting to be called to do their bits.
in choro primum altare maius et sepulturam Caroli Regis quinti depositum et collocatum extitit.
She never again traveled as the President's emissary, which Caroli interprets as an indication that "the Carters may have judged the South American venture not entirely successful" (1987, p.
Van Stam's discovery of a 1545 work by Pierre Caroli attacking the "Farellistes" enabled van Stam to show that Calvin did not begin this exchange.
The move to formalize the study of the first lady by Betty Boyd Caroli, Lewis Gould, and others faces resistance by some scholars who perceive the subJect as trivial and not a legitimate scholarly endeavor.
Barracks Sterzing Menini - De Caroli - Conversion and construction of military structures;Lot 5 - gym and building Scapolo.
At the beginning of last year Marley, from Middlesbrough, was diagnosed with congenital hepatic fibrosis, polycystic kidney disease and Caroli disease - genetic conditions affecting his liver and kidneys.
M3 (NGC 5272) in Canes Venatici lies nearly halfway from Arcturus to Cor Caroli (Alpha Canum Venaticorum).
A Brazilian Navy unit headed by Rear Admiral Luiz Henrique Caroli arrived in Beirut to begin the mission, which was previously headed by a joint naval command from Spain, Portugal, Italy and France
Christiane Caroli, a retiree who voted No said the constitution "is all about money".
This leads to different congenital bile duct disorders, such as Caroli disease and syndrome, autosomal recessive polycystic kidney disease, autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease, congenital hepatic fibrosis, and bile duct hamartomas (BDHs, also known as von Meyenburg complexes).
He then traces the development of Pulci's narrative technique through successive versions of the Morgante, examines Pulci's debt to the manuscript Orlando, to the Driadeo d'amore by Pulci's brother Luca, and, in the final stages of Morgante's development, to Angelo Poliziano, and to Donato Acciaiuoli's Vita Caroli Magni (1461).