Bignami

Big·na·mi

(bēn-yah'mē),
Amico, Italian physician, 1862-1929. See: Marchiafava-Bignami disease.
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Bignami., F.F.; Materials--I.S., E.B., L.P., D.T., G.G., E.
(From left) Michelle DiPietro, Vincent Costa, Devon Palma, Michael Bignami, Joe Campolo, Victoria Tringone, Eryn Truong, Patty Levy, Alyssa Levy, Jennifer Albrecht and Kristen Navas of Campolo Middleton & McCormick volunteered to beautify the grounds of two residences owned by United Veterans Beacon House.
Crescenzi G, Landoni G, Biondi-Zoccai G, Pappalardo F, Nuzzi M, Bignami E, et al.
Bignami, "Soil moisture estimation over vegetated terrains using multitemporal remote sensing data," Remote Sensing of Environment, vol.
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Next, in "Romola on Home Ground: Then and Now," Franco Marucci reflects on the critical attention paid to this novel based on Italian sources, often colliding with Bignami's previous chapter.
Giovanni Bignami, Enciclopedia dei musicisti bresciani.
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