Pozzi

Poz·zi

(pot'sē),
Samuel J., French gynecologist and anatomist, 1846-1918. See: Pozzi muscle.
References in classic literature ?
I was entangled in a great cloak that they flung over me, carried down to a gondola, and hurried to the Pozzi dungeons.
But even if jailers and inquisitors had not felt sure that the structure of the building was such that no watch was needed below, the level of the Pozzi dungeons being several steps below the threshold, it was possible gradually to raise the earthen floor without exciting the warder's suspicions.
Pozzi wins 60m hurdles BRITAIN'S Andrew Pozzi secured men's 60m hurdles gold by one-hundredth of a second at the World Indoor Athletics Championships in Birmingham.
GREAT Britain's Andrew Pozzi claimed a thrilling gold in the 60 metres hurdles at the World Indoor Championships yesterday and set his sights on sustained global domination.
Andrew Pozzi of Great Britain celebrates winning yesterday Tony Marshall
Pozzi "There have been several times where it would have been easier to go and do something else.
Leading the way was Andrew Pozzi who defended his men's 60m hurdles title, producing a season's best of 7.
Holly Bradshaw, Andy Pozzi, Matt Hudson-Smith and Guy Learmouth also all suffered disappointing evenings in London, leaving GB chiefs chasing their bid for at least four medals - with Mo Farah claiming the only win so far.
Tennent's lager owner C&C Group has promoted Andrea Pozzi to group chief operating officer.
Pozzi will serve as a company special adviser and be available to assist Gunter throughout the year.
Matteo Pozzi sees great potential in sensors and robotic technology that collect data to help inform decision-making.