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medico

(mĕd′ĭ-kō′)
n. pl. medi·cos Informal
1. A physician.
2. A medical student.
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Some of the other cryptocurrency projects Medici has invested in so far include the Latin American fintech startup (https://www.
The work also contributes to the growing interest and reassessment of the grand ducal period and the Medici regime.
On ratings, there is only 1lb between Shay Barry's battle-hardened BENTELIMAR and the Henry de Bromhead-trained SIZING TENNESSEE, a winner at Navan last time, But they should only be battling for minor honours behind Sempre Medici.
Part of that plan is the simultaneous launch of in-site verticals dedicated to topics like Southeastern Conference college sports, which Medici said have already proven popular.
The fragile republic did not last long and after a ten-month siege beginning in October 1529 the Medici returned.
The Medici Group, an internationally diverse team of 20, offers clients a system of processes.
The Medici princes were never weaned from mother's milk until they were at least 2.
Cosimo De Medici (centre): can return to his best for in-form stable
Also, since a monographic show could never be contemplated without the great sequence of Medici court portraits and other gems from the Uffizi Gallery, a venue outside Florence would never have been viable.
Indeed, dynastic aspirations and political circumstances provided the impetus for a portrait type ultimately designed to mark and claim the new Grand Duchess for the Medici family by drawing upon well-established and potent dynastic symbols, in particular the grand ducal crown.
Medici and his colleagues transferred the mutated gene that causes FOP into normal endothelial cells.
Medici was speaking on a panel at the Government Housing and Loan Production Conference sponsored by the Mortgage Bankers Association.