Cannizzaro


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Can·niz·za·ro

(kahn-i-tsah'rō),
Stanislao, Italian chemist, 1826-1910. See: Cannizzaro reaction.
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2,5-dihydroxymethylfurfural (DHMF), the other Cannizzaro product also was observed.
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Other studies dealing exclusively, or at least substantially, with Decameron IV 5 are Cannizzaro, Zumbini, Russo, Devoto, Sanguineti 1976 and 1982, Usher, Mazzamuto 1983 and 1992, Mazzarino, Faithfull, Caprettini, Marcus, Poole, Grossi, Bariilari, GUntert, Porcelli, Picone 2001 and 2010, Terzoli, Crivelli, Fenu Barbera, Eross, Sebastio, Marchesi, Rando, Cardini, Tufano, Ciccia, Sciacovelli, Natali, Papi, Civitarese, Leech, Di Salvatore, Piacentini.
Orleans Parish District Attorney Leon Cannizzaro told local media that victims of violent crimes--including domestic abuse and sexual assault--are wrong for refusing to testify in their cases and should be compelled to do so.
Cannizzaro MA, Veroux M, Cavallaro A, Costanzo M, Galasso MG, Veroux PF.
Il caso Zeffirelli per l'Arena di Verona, (Cultural goods and artistic creativity as tourist attractors: the Zaffirclli case for di Verona's Arena) in Cannizzaro S.
Toda, Solvent-free Claisen and Cannizzaro reactions, Tetrahedron Lett.
Interconsult's managing director, Federigo Cannizzaro di Belmontino will remain in his current position after the acquisition and he will continue to be supported by 20 local staff.
Mark Cannizzaro, the executive vice president for the Council of School Supervisors and Administrators, the union representing New York City principals, says that while the renewed focus on school discipline has been very welcome, his members worry about the degree to which school leaders are losing their authority.