Biondi

Bi·on·di

(bē-on'dē),
Aldolpho, Italian pathologist, 1846-1917. See: Biondi-Heidenhain stain.
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Biondi appropriately includes the global influences and Third World solidarity among students on campus.
Biondi presides over the school like an autocrat and for more than 20 years has been trying to get rid of him.
Meyer has said Biondi blames him for anything Biondi perceives as negative in the paper.
In the case of Fabio Biondi and his Europa Galante ensemble, that is clearly the work of Antonio Vivaldi.
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HOLLYWOOD Frank Biondi, investment fund manager, remains buffeted by turbulent times.
Lawrence Biondi, the Vatican declined to support Rigali and other powerful U.
Authors James Haskins and Joanne Biondi document the contribution of African-Americans to Southern history by recognizing some of the places and faces comprising the "essence of black communities" in the South.
L), the leading provider of enterprise application modernization, testing and management solutions, today announced the appointment of Steve Biondi as President, North American Operations.
Paul Biondi's regular weekly gig with Gus Russell at Mac's will have special significance on Wednesday - Biondi will be celebrating his birthday and being free of cancer for two years.
announced that Antonio Biondi has joined the company as vice president, chief administrative officer.
Biondi honestly expects no criticism of his administration, via the U News or any other media, than perhaps he should get out of the kitchen.