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Pi·er·i·ni

(pē-ār-ē'nē),
Luigi, 20th-century Argentine dermatologist. See: atrophoderma of Pasini and Pierini.
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Oman is a fantastic country, said Pierino. 'Since we crossed the border in Buraimi on December 18, we have spent time in the Eastern Hajar mountains and Muscat.
And the teachers in this university have been Pierino Azzali, [Micio's] father, an illiterate stable hand; his mother, Genia, who all her life woke up her husband and sons at three a.m.
Pierino Frozen Foods, Lincoln Park, Mich., a family-owned and operated manufacturer of frozen, precooked, filled and unfilled pastas for private labeling, said that in December of 2013 it installed a new pasta cooker As the demand for Pierino's pasta products increased to an amount greater than the previous equipment could handle, the company decided a new pasta cooker was needed.
Jock Stein's side secured a terrific 0-0 draw in Milan but then lost 1-0 at Parkhead with Pierino Prati scoring the only goal.
Pierino's Snowdonia by Pierino Algieri (Carreg Gwalch, PS25) Pierino Algieri is a landscape and nature photographer who lives in the Conwy Valley, where he was born and raised after his father came to Wales as a prisoner of war.
In 1951, Shirley married the love of her life Pierino Aldo ("Gigi") Bonazzoli, and moved to Bolton, Massachusetts where they lived lives of honor and charity for 62 years.
There is yet another picture more crucial to the understanding of Vasari's portrait: the one by Bronzino, now located at the National Gallery in London, in which scholars think that sculptor Pierino da Vinci may be depicted (Brock 146-50; Tazartes 160-61).
Un solo disegno in stile naif (18.5) rappresenta con colori vivaci e tratti infantili una bella infermiera e un ragazzino (quasi un Pierino dell'epoca) che si nasconde dietro la gigantesca bandiera monarchica dell'Italia unita.
Since then until Grotius, a number of works specifically written on the law of war began to appear, including those of Martin de Lodi, Juan Lopes, Pierino Belli, Balthasar Ayala and Heinrich Bocer.
PENSYCHNANT, at the top of the Sychnant Pass, Conwy, is hosting a wildlife art exhibition of prints and originals by North Wales artists Philip Snow, Betty Mills, Ian Wright, Christine Brown, Carole-Ann Kedney, Alwyn Dempster-Jones, Pierino Algieri, Steve and Emma Stansfield It will be open Wednesday - Sunday, until the end of September.
Pierino Prati, who helped Milan win the 1969 European Cup, said: "He's definitely a quality player, but is he what Milan needs?