Crosti

Cros·ti

(kros'tē),
A., 20th-century Italian dermatologist. See: Gianotti-Crosti syndrome.
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Berlusconi's petition to have the sentence reduced was filed last month and approved on Monday by Milan judge Beatrice Crosti, over the objection of prosecutors, legal sources said.
Lodi A, Bruscagin C, Gianni C, Mancini LL, Crosti C.
Sooze said: "A simple but very well-executed starter of subtly chalky and creamy goat's cheese crosti, ie) a warmed cylinder of the stu encased in fried bread crumbs.
A differential diagnosis could be acute drug eruption, Gionotti Crosti or Pityriasis rubra pilaris.
Gualandri L, Betti R, Cerri A, Pazzini C, Crosti C.
Liz Crosti, a sister working in trauma and orthopaedic outpatients, warned the trust will struggle to recruit and retain staff if the home is closed.
Ms Crosti said she had faced major problems when she asked for basic maintenance work to be carried out at her flat in the sisters' home and accused hospital managers of operating with a 'hidden agenda'.
Two high-achieving recent college graduates are leading SocialProvidence as its local general managers: Mike Cunningham (University of Pittsburgh '13) and Giuseppe Crosti (Duke University '13).
Betti R, Bencini PL, Lodi A, Urbani CE, Chiarelli G, Crosti C: Incidence of polycytic ovaries in patients with late-onset or persistent acne: hormonal reports.