Pellizzi

Pel·liz·zi

(pĕ-lē'tsē),
G.B., 19th-20th-century Italian physician. See: Pellizzi syndrome.
References in periodicals archive ?
Pellizzi and Milena Muzquiz, curated by Dorothee Dupuis
Pellizzi, Carlo, Roberto Petrognani, Mauro Wolf, and Fernando Zanella, eds.
Ne parlano critici militanti e storici della letteratura (da Giuseppe De Robertis a Pietro Pancrazi, da Silvio Benco a Alfredo Gargiulo, da Luigi Tonelli a Giulio Marzot, da Camillo Pellizzi ai giovani Mario Pannunzio e Arrigo Benedetti), insieme a poeti e narratori (come Diego Valeri e Elio Vittorini), con eco immediata anche oltralpe e oltreoceano (tra gli altri, Paul Guiton, "Mercure de France", 15 marzo 1935; il supplemento letterario del Times 18 aprile 1935; Marcel Brion, "Les Nouvelles Litteraires", 29 giugno 1935; Giuseppe Prezzolini, Italy America Monthly 25 dicembre 1935).
Today's business world knows no boundaries," said Veronica Pellizzi, president and chief executive officer of Bell Atlantic Business Services, the organization responsible for providing long distance service to business customers.
Adrianus Rijke, who nominated Giuseppe Pellizzi for the 1997 Kishida International Award, says, "I strongly felt he deserved the award.
Staten Island, NY and Southern New Jersey - Smashburger has partnered with Anthony Pellizzi of MultiBrands SB Inc.
click=102) is the creation of twenty-five year marketing veteran Rob Pellizzi, formally SVP Marketing at MTV Networks.
She describes Luigi Villari and Camillo Pellizzi as the leading Italian intellectuals in Britain, but how they influenced the political and cultural debates of the time does not come through in her account.
FC: We met through a friend, Francesco Pellizzi, a scholar who was very close to Feldman.
The participants were Andrea Battistini, Lucio Felici, Bruno Ferraro, Francesco Furlan, Piero Innocenti, and Federci Pellizzi.