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PISA

Primary idiopathic sideroblastic anemia, see there.
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Piaggio and Department of Information Engineering, University of Pisa, Pisa, Italy; [3] Department of Experimental Medicine, University of Genoa, Genoa, Italy; [4] Department of Computer Science, University of Pisa, Pisa, Italy
Jung Kwonn Oh, assistant professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Concordia University, will travel to Pisa, Italy in June 2013 to take part in the Congress of the European Polymer Federation (EPF-2013).
The 33-yer-old's publicists had dismissed reports of a relationship between the two last year after Kutcher took Scafaria to Pisa, Italy on vacation shortly after his wife Demi Moore announced their marriage was over.
"It's like an Easter surprise for Pisa, Italy, and the whole world.
SGA Breeze-Up and Horses in Training Sale The lowdown This year's auction kicks off at 11.30am (local time) in Pisa, Italy, tomorrow with ten horses in training followed by 53 two-year-olds.
The first 1M/1M company to be leveraging this partnership is CrowdEngineering, a venture based in Pisa, Italy, and Sunnyvale, California, that develops enterprise level crowdsourcing platforms and solutions to enable crowdsourced customer support.
Clay Mathematics Institute Summer School (2007: Pisa, Italy) Ed.
Rodolfo Saracci of the National Research Council in Pisa, Italy, and Jonathan Samet of the University of Southern California in Los Angeles suggest that the conclusions were finessed so as not to alarm cell phone users.
The experts list includes Prof Clifford J Bailey of Aston University, UK; Prof Ele Ferrannini of the University of Pisa, Italy; and Prof.
We studied 1,090 heroin addicts who had requested opioid agonist treatment during the years 1994-2005 at the Dual Diagnosis Unit of the Pisa University Hospital in Pisa, Italy. All patients received a diagnosis of opioid dependence with physical dependence (according to DSM III/IIIR/IV criteria) and gave informed consent for study participation.
Gambacciani is professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology and director of the Menopause Research Clinic at the Santa Chiara University Hospital in Pisa, Italy.