Gradenigo

Gra·de·ni·go

(grah-dā'nē-go),
Giuseppe, Italian otologist, 1859-1926. See: Gradenigo syndrome.
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Conservative management of gradenigo syndrome in a child.
8) ASVe, Archivio Gradenigo Rio Marin (hereafter AGRM), busta 79, fasc.
Not only will they be working hard but they will be having a lot of fun while doing it," said Dominic Gradenigo, Founder of G&G Elite Sports.
Each book was aimed at a different woman--two of the bishop of Verona's sisters, the Ursuline Donata Valier and the married Laura Valier in Gradenigo, and the widow Adriana Contarini--and seemed to be planned, as was to happen successively, also for independent circulation.
This triad was first described by Giuseppe Gradenigo and later called as Gradenigo's syndrome.
Dipartimento di Ingegneria Elettrica, Universita di Padova, Via Gradenigo 6/A, Padova I-35131, Italy
En lo que se refiere a su labor como gramatico, hay quienes lo juzgaron severamente (15) como Joseph Ghellinck (16), mientras que Giangirolamo Gradenigo (17) y Ranieri Tempesti (18) apuntan en sus respectivas obras que Hugutio conocia el griego, lo que hace aumentar su valia, y Girolamo Tiraboschi (19) anade ademas que su lexico "e assai copioso e piu ordinato di erudizione que quello di Papia".
Dipartimento di Geoscienze, Universita di Padova Via Gradenigo, 6 35131, Padova, Italy
Until now, the National Museum had only one painting by the artist, A Young Girl of the Gradenigo Family with a Dove.
Imaginaire de l'Arioste, l'Arioste imagine, M Montreuil : Gourcuff Gradenigo, 2009.