Castellani

Cas·tel·la·ni

(kahs'tĕ-lah'nē),
Aldo, Italian physician, 1877-1971. See: Castellani bronchitis, Castellani paint.
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Luca Castellani shows some of Corum's popular timepieces under its Admiral collection.
A member of the Expert Group of Asia-Pacific Electronic Trade of the UN Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL), Luca Castellani, tackled topics related to e-trade, rules and tools applied to e-transactions and their legal effects.
com | Haute-Look, and Kevin Castellani of Progressive Business Media.
Enrico Castellani, Robert Mangold, Robert Morris, Kenneth Noland
uk SATURDAY BANGOR ROBERT CASTELLANI & GARY LUTTON Percussive acoustic guitar, folk and blues from the incredible Robert Castellani who is joined in Bangor by the hugely-talented Gary Lutton, who you will recognise as the winner of Sky TV's Guitar Star.
Christopher Castellani is the author of three novels, including "All This Talk of Love".
WASHINGTON -- Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America president and chief executive officer John Castellani has received a leadership award from the National Minority Quality Forum for his leadership to increase diversity in clinical trials.
Castellani was taken to UMass Memorial Medical Center -- University Campus in Worcester with serious injuries and has been cited for failing to stay in marked lanes and failure to wear a seat belt.
For information about tickets or sponsorship, contact CFA Austin Forecast Dinner Chairperson, Deborah Castellani, CFA, at 512-765-5112512-765-5112 or email forecastdinner@cfaaustin.
JUVENTUS capitalised on Roma's defeat on Saturday afternoon to re-establish a threepoint lead in the Serie A title race by beating 10-man Empoli 2-0 at Stadio Carlo Castellani.
Silver winners: Castellani (2 Silver), Joe Chisenall, Kristy Davis (4 Silver), Philip Engesath (2 Silver), Jade Furman (2 Silver), Rebecca Hagemann (2 Silver), Crystal McClellan, Barbara Nezovich, Alicia Nguyen, Jonathan Sidwell (2 Silver), Cassidy Smith (5 Silver), Shareeta Smith, Ashley Spencer (3 Silver), Glendon Thomson, and Monica White (3 Silver).
Particularly interesting is the review of commercial films (of 1954 by Castellani, of 1964 by Freda, of 1968 by Zeffirelli, and of 2000 by Torre) that shows how the filmmakers "bent" but did not "break" the original work.