Merendino

Mer·en·di·no

(mer-en-dē'nō),
K. Alvin, U.S. surgeon, 1914-1985. See: Merendino technique.
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Este seria el caso del trabajo fotografico del estadounidense Angelo Merendino, en My wife's fight with breast cancer (2011), en el que documenta el proceso de cancer de mama de su mujer: la perdida de cabello, la reclusion en la casa, el deterioro, la agonia, etc.
James Merendino, general manager, Risk Control, National Insurance, Liberty Mutual, said the index helps employers understand the root causes of the most serious workplace injuries they face.
(28.) Merendino N, Costantini L, Manzi L, Molinari R, D'Eliseo D, Velotti F.
Merendino RA, Salvo F, Saija A, Di Pasquale G, Tomaino A, Minciullo PL, et al.
The first involved telemarketing and sales and the second is her present employer, Merendino Cemetery Care.
Se non e quindi corretto, per riprendere l'esempio precedente, rendere conto di tutti i significati che si legano alla merenda con la semplice traduzione snack, non sono forse neppure sufficienti a questo fine tutta una serie di esercizi ed attivita contestualizzate tante sono le dimensioni--storica, agogica, aspettuale, narrativa, ecc.--e complesse le relazioni con parole dello stesso campo semantico (merendina, merendino, spuntino, boccone, stnzzichino e persino l'inglese snack, oramai entrato a pieno diritto nell'italiano) (8).
Merendino procedure with preservation of the vagus for early carcinoma of the gastroesophageal junction.
Texas millionaire Jake Clyde Merendino, 52, enjoyed spoiling his loved ones - especially his handsome boyfriend David Enrique Meza, 27.
Todd Merendino, a manager at the conservation-focused group Ducks Unlimited, said sand dunes used to line the shore near the Salt Bayou marsh, forming a crucial buffer between the Gulf of Mexico and the millions of dollars' worth of industrial infrastructure that lie inland.
Merendino, "Effect of Dietary a -3 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acid DHA on Glycolytic Enzymes and Warburg Phenotypes in Cancer," BioMed Research International, vol.
The patient had a history of a 6.5 cm gastrointestinal stromal tumor (GIST) of the cardia, for which she initially received downsizing treatment with imatinib 400 mg/d, followed by surgical resection of the gastroesophageal junction and reconstruction with a jejunal interposition (Merendino procedure) 4 years earlier (Figure 1).
Campanella C, Bucchieri F, Merendino AM, Fucarino A, Burgio G, Corona DF V., et al.