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ner·vi

(ner'vī),
Plural of nervus.
[L.]

ner·vi

(nĕr'vī)
Plural of nervus.
[L.]
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Sisters Miriam and Olivia Nervo are models, DJs, producers and just about everything else, and have notched up hits with David Guetta, Afrojack, Steve Aoki and Ke$ha.
se it vento crudele ancora inchioda il nervo che scuote le ali delicate la trina squisita che si scioglie le urla si piangon senza lacrime (ora) (che) la nostra colpa e perduta rambo is dead.
Daug reciau spalvu jutimo sutrikimu gali atsirasti susirgus tinklaines, regos nervo ir centrines nervu sistemos ligomis.
What were Flanagan and Allen, Naughton and Gold, and Nervo and Knox (and sometimes Gray) collectively known as?
Reminding Luigi Maninolfi's (Luigi Mainolfi and Guido Quarzo, "Lui and the art of going down to the wood", Hopefulmonster, Torino 2002) and suggesting a parallel between Chieco and Luigi Nervo (1930-2006) is something that we can see in the works by all three authors: creativity combined with the capacity to mould a traditional medium giving shape to hilariousness in original ways.
Regos nervo disko vaizdas leidzia nustatyti glaukoma, intra-kranijinio (galvospudzio) slegio padidejima.
Sherman Oaks resident Edward Nervo, 40, takes frequent walks up the Encino hills to view the San Fernando Valley at dusk.
O portador da DTM pode apresentar alteracoes musculares, ruidos articulares, dor de cabeca e de ouvido, diminuicao da audicao, tontura, zumbido e compressao articular, tensao do nervo corda do timpano, perfuracao do disco, sendo esses ultimos provocados pela perda da dimensao vertical (MOLINA, 1995; FREIRE; REIS, 2004; RAMIREZ et al.
This theme, as Rizzo Nervo has illustrated, was particularly debated in the time of the barbarian invasions, and Augustine insisted that only a voluntary act can be a culpa (CD 1.
Judges Nervo (42) and Ammoun (43) worried that the rules of international law were established by, and therefore generally favor, developed states and their investors at the expense of developing states.
Sepulveda is the first Mexican chosen to serve on the ICJ since Luis Padilla Nervo (1963-1973).
Castellini; Nervo,Pecchia,Amoroso,Dalla Bona, Guglielminpietro; Cruz,Signori.