Samuel J., French gynecologist and anatomist, 1846-1918. See: Pozzi muscle.
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I was entangled in a great cloak that they flung over me, carried down to a gondola, and hurried to the Pozzi dungeons.
But even if jailers and inquisitors had not felt sure that the structure of the building was such that no watch was needed below, the level of the Pozzi dungeons being several steps below the threshold, it was possible gradually to raise the earthen floor without exciting the warder's suspicions.
Just 13.5 seconds after gathering his thoughts at the start line, an elusive major title belonged to the 2012 Olympic Games hopeful as Pozzi (13.57) and Rahib Mammadou (13.78) of Azerbaijan made up the places.
Pozzi, formerly of Homosassa Springs, FL and Beverly Hills, FL died Wed.
The image-text relationships in the Hypnerotomachia have been studied extensively by Giovanni Pozzi, who characterizes the woodcuts as being either descriptive or narrative, according to their function.
Kenny Munro, Matt Buckley and Rob Pozzi pushed themselves to the limit by scaling the peaks while carrying up to 20kg of diving equipment and wetsuits.
HIS TIME and effort may be consumed by how to clear a handful of hurdles as quickly as possible, but Andrew Pozzi has plenty else on his mind.
Prescod, who trains in Loughborough, posted 9.97 in an ultra competitive race as fellow Loughborough-based athletes Andrew Pozzi and Holly Bradshaw were also in action.
? ATHLETICS: Andrew Pozzi, the world indoor and defending European indoor 60 metres hurdles champion, has had his participation at this week's European Indoor Championships confirmed.
Asha Philip (60m) and Andrew Pozzi (60m hurdles) will also defend their titles, although Pozzi's selection is subject to him proving his fitness ahead of the meeting.
figure By BRUNO POZZI figure By JAMES ODUOR Droughts in Kenya are becoming increasingly regular.