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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Many insightful studies exist (such as Birchwood & Matthias, 2007; Barnes, 2008; Alam, Sultana, & Butt, 2010; Aarle, 2013; Barbiero & Cournede, 2013) on the aspects of fiscal policy that mostly rely on cross-national and cross-sectional analyses.
41) Barbiero, II regno di JHWH e del suo Messia, 360-363.
Pero hay mas, porque Barbiero ha demostrado que los dos corpus de leyes humanitarias del Codigo de la Alianza estan vinculados por una referencia cruzada a Ex 34,6-7:
10) In work with Favero, Omar Barbiero, and Matteo Paradisi, (11) we simulate out of sample the plans adopted by various countries since 2010.
A prime example of both strategic and reverse transfer occurred in my center's training session called Dear Labby (Devet & Barbiero, 2012).
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.
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