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Synonyms for Eustachio

Italian anatomist who was one of the fathers of modern anatomy

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One can even have the house prize, the coffee liquor made from Sant Eustachio espresso, poured warm from the bottle or cold over a scoop of the house homemade Italian coffee ice.
Caffe Sant' Eustachio, Piazza Sant Euslachio 82, 00186 Rome, Italy Tel: (39) 06688-02048, Fax: (39) 06688-02048, E-mail: Robert@santeustachioilcaffee.
Even within the physical confines of the initial, the illuminator, Frate Eustachio, reproduced the shell niche seen in the wood panel (Fig.
By examining Rousseau's famous one-act Le devin du village alongside Eustachio Bambini's bouffons troupe, as well as little-known contemporaries, Charlton presents a comprehensive study of musical life in and around Paris between the years 1739 and 1774, "roughly between Rameau's zenith and Gluck's advent" (p.
Craig Smith was a craggy, dignified Eustachio, while Paula Sides as Eleonora and Catherine Darby in the trouser-role of her husband Aurelio both stood out vocally.
1) But in 1564, the year of Shakespeare's birth, Bartolomeo Eustachio, an anatomy professor at Collegio della Sapienza in Rome, described renal tubules ("furrows and small canals") that transport urine from nephrons (Figure In 1662, at the age of 19, anatomist and physiologist Lorenzo Bellini determined that the kidneys separate urine from blood "by a distinct anatomical arrangement which would become known as the kidney glomeruli.
She leaves a son, Eustachio Staffieri and his wife Denise of Southbridge; three daughters, Camilla Calcagni of Southbridge, Concetta Pettinella and her husband Antonio of Southbridge, and Nazzarena Novelli and her husband Michele of Wakefield; a sister Vincenza Sticca-Tucci of Melbourne, Australia; nine grandchildren, fifteen great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
In chapter 3, Parisi looks at the relationship among three texts: Bossuet's Exposition de la doctrine de l'eglise catholique; the Exhortation a une nouvelle catholique, composed by Eustachio Degola upon the conversion of Henriette Blondel, Manzoni's wife, from Calvinism to Catholicism; and Manzoni's own Osservazioni sulla morale cattolica.
In 1565, the thoracic duct was discovered in a horse by Eustachio, an Italian anatomist; this duct was discovered in man by Veslingus in 1634.
He was born in Southbridge the son of Eustachio and Giovinna (Santelli) Smarelli.
La seconda ipotesi mi sembra improbabile: Alfonso de' Liguori era una campione delle pratiche religiose di ispirazione gesuitica che Eustachio Degola avversava e per le quali il suo allievo Manzoni non sembra aver avuto un particolare apprezzamento.
Since Italian anatomist Bartolommeo Eustachio (1524-1574) first described the auditory tube (eustachian tube) in 1563, research has shown that it has three main functions: ventilation, protection, and clearance of the middle ear.
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