Berardinelli

Be·rar·di·nel·li

(bĕ-rahr'dĭ-nel'ē),
Waldemar, Argentinian physician, 1903-1956. See: Berardinelli syndrome.
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The Atlanta Journal-Constitution's Phil Kloer described it as a "movie so singular, so intense, so overwhelming that it simply has to be experienced" and James Berardinelli of ReelViews described it as "a gripping, powerful motion picture--arguably the most forceful depiction of Jesus' death ever to be committed to film.
6) Sull'argomento vedi l'esauriente saggio di Alfonso Berardinelli "Le ango scie dello sviluppo, scrittori italiani e modernizzazione" in Casi ritici.
As James Berardinelli of ReelViews very aptly said, "they could have called this Paranormal Inactivity.
The 2012 Conference was organized by a task force that included Richard Berardinelli, PPG Industries; Neal Blossom, American Chemet Corp.
James Berardinelli states that, "The disappointing second half of Ravenous makes it difficult to recall the worthwhile aspects of the film's early portion," and Roger Ebert notes that "[t]he film's setup is more fun than its pay-off because in a story of this nature, we would rather dread what is going to happen than see it" (1999).
This difference in pregnancy rates may be explained by a change in the progesterone-to-estrogen ratio between the first and third estrous cycles, resolving the early unfavorable uterine environment caused by higher progesterone and lower estrogen concentrations in the pubertal estrus (Byerley, Berardinelli, et al.
In this regard Shandler (1996), Redshaw (2000), as well as Burrow and Berardinelli (2003) argue that proving T&D effectiveness in achieving organisational performance criteria, such as profit, quality, customer satisfaction, ROI and market share, is not an easy task.
Arrangements by Berardinelli Family Funeral Service, Santa Fe.
Also effective July 1, 2008, Governor Ritter reappointed Candace Berardinelli, PhD, RN, and Toni Gibbons, LPN to another three (3) year term.