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gelose

(jĕ′lōs) [L. gelare, to congeal]
1. The gelatinous component of agar (C6H10O5)n.
2. A bacterial culture medium.
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Geloso, Vincent, Phillip Magness, John Moore, and Phillip Schlosser.
(31) Manuales de estas caracteristicas son el de PINTO, S., lo sono un Dio geloso. Mamulle mi Pentateuco e i Libri Storici: introduzione ed esegesi, Roma: Borla, 2010 y el de SETTEMBRINI, M., Nel Pentateuco.
Paquette, L, Charron, M., Letourneau, G., Murphy, C., Geloso, A., Legendre, A.
Agents: Kevin Geloso, KG Properties; Andrew Torrey, Corcoran.
TMT causing neuronal degeneration particularly in the hippocamapal formation results in behavioral alterations such as hyperactivity, cognitive impairment and spontaneous seizures (Geloso et al.
Hausman, Lee and Subramanian (2005) and Nordas, Pinali and Geloso Grosso (2006) consider logistics and shipping time.
so he understood what I meant when I said: Di geloso amor sprezzato.
As a result, some of the ensemble singing provides the disc's most satisfying moments (listen, for example, to the delicious unaccompanied cadenzas in the the Act I duet, "Son geloso del zefiro").
1 includes settings of Ecco, o dolce, o gradita (by Alessandro Striggio, Pomponio Nenna); Se parti io moro (by Giuseppe Palazzotto e Tagliavia); Puo ben fortuna (by Paolo Bellasio); O sei geloso Amante (by Antonio Il Verso); Sorge la vagh'aurora (by Scipione Lacorcia); Cor mio, benche lontana (by Ruggiero Giovannelli); and Questa vostra pietate (by Giovanni de Macque, Giovanni Del Turco).
Eran solidas y ruidosas como locomotoras"; "El combinado estaba impecable, sintonizado en la onda corta del Glostora Tango Club"; "Un dia cayo con un Geloso flamante"; "una ruidosa Tehuelche de industria nacional".