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Pa·ro·na

(pā-rō'nah),
Francesco, 19th-century Italian surgeon. See: Parona space.
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Malam Jabba, Miandam, Parona Chinar, Sangar, Mankial, Kalam, Utror and Ushu valleys received heavy snowfall.
amministrazione e sede operativa Via della Stazione snc in 27020 Parona (PV)
disjuncta (Nicolet, 1842) Parona, 1895, sensu Bonet, 1934, E.
Like Darra Parona and Jambil Kokarai, which were once considered to be the mother of forests, have mostly been chopped up of trees to the extent as if no forests were grown there at all.
The helminth fauna of this penguin included the nematode Contracaecum pelagicum (Johnston and Mawson, 1942), found in the stomach, the digenetic Cardiocephaloides physalis (Lutz, 1926) and the cestode Tetrabothrius lutzi Parona, 1901, both collected from the initial portion of the small intestine (Table 1).
Din bhar pakana, rindhna, sina, parona, tankna baithen na ghar par bap ke khali kabhi zinhar tum raton ko chhote bhai behnon ki khabar uth uth ke li bachcha koi sote men roya aur huin bedar tum (All day long you were busy cooking, baking, sewing, stitching never at your father's home did we find you idle sitting.
Products stored in the warehouse will be supplied from Rohm and Haas manufacturing plants in France (Lauterbourg, Chauny, Semoy), UK (Grangemouth, Dewsbury, Jarrow), Italy (Mozzate, Mozzanica, Parona, Romano) and Sweden (Landskrona).
Gerolamo SAINO COLLI (hijo de Giovanni y Rosa) nacio en Parona (Pavia) en 1887 y trabajo en San Jose como enfermero.
3) as Lyelliceras pseudolyelli (Parona and Bonarelli) to his species, emphasizing that the whorl-section of the specimen of Benavides-Caceres is unlike the Parona and Bonarelli (1896) specimen.