barbiero

bar·bi·e·ro

(bar'bē-ā'rō),
Brazilian term for the bloodsucking hemipteran triatomid bug, Panstrongylus megistus, an important vector of Chagas disease, caused by Trypanosoma cruzi.
[Pg. the barber]
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As a fabless semiconductor company developing our advanced supercomputing on a chip(TM) technology, we need an efficient tool to manage the design and verification complexity inherent in many-core processor architectures," said Jehan-Philippe Barbiero, hardware verification manager at Kalray.
Barbiero L, Mohamedou AO, Roger L, Furian S, Aventurier A, Remy JC, Marlet S (2005) The origin of vertisols and their relationship to acid sulfate soils in the Senegal valley.
With Lifeboat's track record of introducing new technologies to the channel, we are confident they will help us build a dynamic network of security solution providers to take our unique portable encryption device to customers throughout the region," Michele Barbiero, Sales & Marketing Manager, IndependenceKey said.
From hardware to software, and leveraging engineering and design expertise, Crestron has everything needed to integrate commercial lighting control with HVAC, Building Management Systems (BMS), shading, AV, digital signage, and security, to deliver a highly energy efficient building," said Claudia Barbiero, Crestron Commercial Lighting Controls Marketing.
Then, Bonnie Devet and Alison Barbiero, seeking a new way to prevent tutor burnout or tutoring on auto-pilot, suggested that tutors ask for advice about their tutoring by writing to "Dear Labby.
For the English edition of his Il Canatico dei Cantici, published by Paoline Editoriale Libri, Milan in 2004, Barbiero (Pontifical Biblical Institute of Rome) has toned down the confessional character, leaving the exegetical aspects highlighted for the benefit of scholars.
Thomas Barbiero, now at Ryerson University, Department of Economics, Toronto, Ontario, writes: "Alan became interested in the "Grants Economy" in the late 1960's, which is the study of unilateral transfers in an economy.
We will bring intellectuals and authorities from all over the world to Tocantins, a state hardly 20 years old, with great potential for the development and implementation of new sustainable management models," states the Dean of Universidade Federal do Tocantins Alan Barbiero.
It is now acknowledged that moving towards sustainability literacy is an imperative in formal school education (Colucci-Gray, Camina, Barbiero, & Gray, 2005; NAAEE, 2004).
The goal fired up the home team and midfielder Fabian Barbiero scored his first Asian competition goal in the 76th minute after more superb work from Diego and Cassio.
This finding is in consonance with the report of Porter and Collins (19), Adewale et al (8), but differs from the unimodal activity pattern observed by Barbiero and Trips (20) in Liberia.
Binetti G, Nicosia F, Benussi L, Ghidoni R, Feudatari E, Barbiero L, et al.