Civinini

Ci·vi·ni·ni

(chē-vē'nē-nē),
Filippo, Italian anatomist, 1805-1844. See: Civinini canal, Civinini ligament, Civinini process.
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Sin embargo, antes que la propia descripcion clinica, hay documentada una identificacion anatomica por parte de Filippo Civinini (1805-1844), medico y anatomista italiano, quien, en 1835, hace una descripcion detallada de "un engrosamiento nervioso en la planta del pie .
El bautizo oficial de la nueva productora fue en noviembre de 1924, cuando en una noche de gala en el teatro Augusto (hoy cine Adriano) de Roma se proyecto ante mas de cinco mil invitados Aethiopia, el filme de Civinini y Martini producido por Luce sobre la campana italiana en Africa.
Innocenti M, Civinini R, Carulli C, Matassi F, Villano M 2010 The 5-year results of an oxidized zirconium femoral component for TKA Clinical Orthopaedic Related Research 468 1258-1263
He is predeceased by 3 brothers (Orrin, Charles, and George Davis) and 7 sisters (Frances Wine, Helen Stevenson , Grace Civinini, Susan Estella Ray, Eleanor Maher, Florence Canon, and Marjorie Stoico).
She lays out the argument's place in the current state of knowledge about the opera, emphasizing especially the reinstatement of Zangarini as its principal librettist, reclaiming the place frequently credited to Guelfo Civinini, who finished up the work in its last stages.
Puccini and his librettists, Carlo Zangarini and Guelfo Civinini, however, cleaned up (to a degree) Belasco's racist stereotypes (see the Samuel French edition, New York, 1915), now erased from modern editions of the play (see, for example, Daniel Gerould, American Melodrama (New York, 1983): Jake Wallace, 'carrying a banjo, his face blackened' (in the opera, 'a travelling camp minstrel'); Castro, a 'tricky and shifty-eyed oily, greasy, unwashed Mexican greaser of a low type' (in the opera, 'a greaser from Ramerrez's gang'); Billy Jackrabbit, 'shifty, lazy, lying, and toes-in.