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PISA

Primary idiopathic sideroblastic anemia, see there.
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The dialectics of war and peace is used in a fraudulent way to keep a new imperial and global order--and an endless war is determined by economical and demographic reasons--as Pound restated after the end of the Second World War, in his Pisan Cantos, quoting Gaudier once more:
The Pisan Cantos, written under the experience of caged isolation and some privilege (the after-hours use of a typewriter in the prison camp's medical office), record in a more intimate and personal way than many of The Cantos Pound's thoughts and emotions about his experiences, both retrospective and current.
Romantic "Anglo-Italians": Configurations of Identity in Byron, the Shelleys, and the Pisan Circle.
124) His Pisan Cantos resulted in his being awarded the Bollingen Prize by the Library of Congress.
3) in order to narrate, as we have seen, the one of Bartolomea, the wife of a Pisan judge, who chooses to live at a pirate's side.
Day three finds us on the road to Casciana Terme to view a spa resort (nice if you like that sort of thing) and to the village of Lari in the Pisan hills which was awarded an orange flag by the Italian Touring Club for its quality of life.
As many as eight helicopters, including three of the Army Aviation, are assigned to transport evacuated people to the 24 camps set up for the internally displaced persons (IDPs), the statement said, adding that the army troops had been deployed for the relief activities in Gilgit, Gulmit, Chalt, Nagar, Aliabad, Nasirabad, Pisan, Sikandarabad, Nomal, Deneor and Jaglot.
Army troops have been deployed for relief activities at Gulmit, Chalt, Nagar, Aliabad, Nasirabad Pisan, Sikandarabad, Nomal, Deneor, Jaglot and Gilgit.
The author's interest in bringing the same level of scholarly attention to these remarkable Renaissance pulpits as has been received by the earlier Pisan pulpits and sixteenth-century Tridentine pulpits is certainly an appropriate goal, but it is a study of the remarkable rather than illustrative examples of a period.
All of which implied, to Gilbert, a desire on the part of the pulpit's patrons to draw an analogy between the Temple in Jerusalem, which was the historical setting of the Presentation, and the Pisan Baptistery, which was now the literal setting of the image.
This is a critical component as we work together with our channel to prepare for the Windows(TM) 7 launch," said Marc Pisan, Group Marketing Manager, Microsoft US OEM Group.
Roberts introduces readers to the Pisan milieu while also demonstrating San Domenico's considerable influence outside Pisa.