Gradenigo

Gra·de·ni·go

(grah-dā'nē-go),
Giuseppe, Italian otologist, 1859-1926. See: Gradenigo syndrome.
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Not only will they be working hard but they will be having a lot of fun while doing it," said Dominic Gradenigo, Founder of G&G Elite Sports.
Until now, the National Museum had only one painting by the artist, A Young Girl of the Gradenigo Family with a Dove.
Imaginaire de l'Arioste, l'Arioste imagine, M Montreuil : Gourcuff Gradenigo, 2009.
Information: DEI--Department of Information Engineering, University of Padova, via Gradenigo 6/A--Padova, Internet: http://recomb06.
The book concludes with the tombs of Bartolomeo Gradenigo (1339-42) in the vestibule, and that of Andrea Dandolo (1343-54) in the baptistery of S.
InAgosti, Colotti, and Gradenigo (1991) a two-level conceptual model of hypertext called EXPLICIT was presented.
Riflette poi sul significato poetico della scelta della terzina dantesca: che se da un lato inserisce il poema folenghiano nel territorio largamente inesplorato delle "opere bibliche volgari," dai Quattro Evangelli concordati in uno di Jacopo Gradenigo di fine Trecento all'Umanita di Cristo dell'Aretino stampata nel 1538, dall'altro risponde allo "sforzo di esporre solo il sacro vero" fuori da ogni finzione drammatica o romanzesca (10-12).
VII 335 (8232)], on whose back is noted that it is a "copia tratta da simile" by Pietro Gradenigo fu Giacomo in 1737.
Among the earliest pieces are a very rare late-15th-century gothic cranequin and staff weapons from the castle at Montegalda with the arms of the Gradenigo family as well as a Turkish horse shidd and mail shirt, both of around 1500, and an early-19th-century katana sword from Japan, signed by Nankai Taro Tomotaka (Fig.
In the late fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries, the convent numbered about thirty to forty professed nuns, and a roll call of 1513 included members of the most prestigious Venetian families, such as the Donato, Pisani, Canal, Marcello, Gradenigo, Loredan, Giustiniani, Valier, Venier, Foscarini, Badoer, and Zorzi families.