Berardinelli

Be·rar·di·nel·li

(bĕ-rahr'dĭ-nel'ē),
Waldemar, Argentinian physician, 1903-1956. See: Berardinelli syndrome.
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ReelViews' James Berardinelli says, 'It's creepy and suspenseful and, although the last act goes on autopilot, the film offers a better-than-average experience for those who like their psychopaths unhinged.'
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Lenzini largely concurs with Alfonso Berardinelli's views (in La forma del saggio) that the Italian essay represented a tradition of secular self-consciousness that began in the Romantic period and led through Gramsci, a tradition weakened by "una difficolta tipicamente italiana di mediare fra continuita e rottura" (17).
It was first described in 1954 by the Brazilian physician Waldemar Berardinelli in a two-year-old boy (12) and reviewed in 1959 by the Norwegian M.
The two pioneers of congenital lipodystrophy studies were Waldemar Berardinelli in 1954 [2], followed by Martin Seipin in 1963 [3].
Dos autores Rodolfo Peres Berardinelli e Joao Felipe Rammelt Sauerbronn da Universidade do Grande Rio.
El secretario de Gobierno de Monteria, Jose Berardinelli
Non e un caso se due dei suoi commentatori piu acuti, Alfonso Berardinelli e Romano Luperini, hanno rispettivamente parlato della poesia di Fortini come di un "sistema di affermazioni, negazioni, trasformazioni" (Berardinelli, 1973: 72), ove vige una "consapevole separatezza" (Luperini, 1986: 36).