Pacini

Pa·ci·ni

(pă-sē'nē),
Filippo, Italian anatomist, 1812-1883. See: pacinian corpuscles, Vater-Pacini corpuscles.
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Doosan Bobcat has appointed Alvaro Pacini as its president for the Doosan Bobcat Europe, Middle East & Africa (EMEA) region, effective immediately.
Pacini joined Doosan Bobcat in 2011 as the VP of sourcing in EMEA before taking on additional responsibilities, coming to lead the total quality management in 2013 and then operations in 2015.
Company officials believe Pacini can help maintain the positive momentum.
Doosan Bobcat has announced that Alvaro Pacini has assumed the role of president for the Europe, Middle East & Africa (EMEA) region, effective immediately.
Pacini will be responsible for the Korean equipment conglomerate's EMEA business, representing the Doosan, Bobcat, Geith and Portable Power brands.
Pacini joined Doosan Bobcat in 2011 as vice president of sourcing in EMEA before taking on additional responsibilities and leading total quality management in 2013 and then operations in 2015.
In the first essay Pacini argues for a more expansive understanding of Kant's religion of conscience.
Pacini continues to focus on Hobbes, Rousseau, and Kant in chapter three, analyzing the way in which language about the self changed in their respective philosophies.
In the final chapter, Pacini enlists the help of Wittgenstein, Freud, and Barth in dismantling the modern religion of conscience.
In this study, Furio Pacini of the University of Pisa in Italy and his colleagues assayed for noncancerous thyroid disorders in children who were less than 13 years old at the time of the accident.
The group exposed to high levels of Chernobyl fallout had an unusually high incidence of antibodies to thyroid cells, suggesting that their immune systems were attacking the organ, Pacini's group notes.
This might partially explain why fallout-exposed girls who, before the study, had undergone puberty faced the highest rate of autoimmune thyroid disease, Pacini says.