Orsi


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Or·si

(ōr'sē),
Francesco, Italian physician, 1828-1890. See: Orsi-Grocco method.
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With 23 years of national security and IT expertise, Orsi has played a key role at ECS in managing the development and delivery of complex software engineering and AI solutions to its federal customers.
Earlier, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) had filed a fresh charge sheet in the Delhi court accusing Orsi, Spagnolini and ex-IAF chief SP Tyagi of money-laundering in the VVIP chopper bribery scam case.
Nic Orsi. The second reason for the tattoo is to raise continued awareness of the disease.
" But he's been here for years now," said a source aware of Orsi.
1), such as was described in other mammal, also including the aorta of the dog (Viegas et al., 2001; Orsi et al.; Mello et al., 2004, 2007, 2009).
Pictured are parent-coaches, Carlo Orsi, front left, and Ian |Holland, front right, with the jubilant youngsters
In his discussion of Appalachian snake handlers, Orsi may be subject to Pritchard's first charge.
Extracting enough mRNA to conduct the studies was a difficult task because metabolic rates of microorganisms in the deep biosphere are very low and mRNA is about only 4 to 10 percent of the total RNA they make, Orsi said.
"Sharing is a relatively simple concept and a basic part of human life," reports Janelle Orsi on Shareable, an online magazine that tells the story of sharing.
30 May 2013 -- Mizuho Securities USA (NYSE: MFG) said it has expanded its US equity sales team with the hires of Mark Orsi and Wes Dalton in San Francisco and Robert Leggat in Boston.
Summary: In an exclusive interview with Headlines Today reporter, Orsi's lawyer said, "Haschke and Gerosa had a job that was completely unconnected to the contract signed in India.
| ROME, Feb 15 (KUNA) -- Italy's defence firm Finmeccanica chairman Giuseppe Orsi, who was arrested this week over corruption investigation, has resigned.