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Fon·tan·a

(fon-tah'nă),
Felice, Italian physiologist, 1730-1805. See: Fontana canal, Fontana spaces.

Fon·tan·a

(fon-tah'nă),
Arturo, Italian dermatologist, 1873-1950. See: Fontana stain, Fontana-Masson silver stain, Masson-Fontana ammoniac silver stain.
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(2) Department of Pathology, Brandenburg Medical School-Theodor Fontane, Neuruppin, Germany
The PSF senior official said he is grateful to WSF president Jacques Fontane, who was highly supportive and assured his all-out help to Pakistan .
Bender presents three chapters related to each one of Flaubert, Zola, and Fontane. He finds that the interconnection of culture/history and science is most perceptible in the work of Flaubert and Zola and that it is ethereal in the work of Fontane.
REVIEWED AT: Cinema Quattro Fontane, Rome, May 11, 2013.
"The piece of the system I enjoy the most is the teacher interaction piece, the Hatch Report Management System (RMS)." Fontane Thomas, CPS Pre-K Teacher explains.
Imagining the human condition in medieval Rome; the Cistercian fresco cycle at Abbazia delle Tre Fontane.
FIFTIES singer Al Martino, famous for playing crooner Johnny Fontane in The Godfather, died in Springfield, Pennsylvania, in October 2009, six days after his 82nd birthday.
Yvonne Fontane (mezzo soprano) sang Habanera from Carmen, and after the interval Pierce and Hayes impressed with the Pearl Fishers duet, then Fontane gave a superb performance of Mon coeur s'ouvre a ta voix from Samson and Delila VERDICT: PAUL MARSTON
Theodor Fontane. On Tangled Paths: An Everyday Berlin Story.
In this comparative study, Geoffrey Baker traces these tensions to post-Napoleonic Europe's new world order through an examination of works by Balzac, Anthony Trollope, and Theodor Fontane. Hardly neo-Virgilian celebrants of empire, these authors bear witness to the "modern disenchantment" associated with the loss of mystery and romance in an increasingly "mapped and known world" given over to exploration, empiricism, and "marketization" (194, 7, 84).
Good varieties include M sinensis 'Zebrinus'', which has horizontal broad gold stripes, while M sinensis 'Kleine Fontane'' has gently arching leaves and silky flower spikes in autumn.