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a truncated cone or pyramid

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At the same time, it is a unique work in the British and American horror cinema, strongly resembling Italian Gothics such as Beatrice Cenci / Castle of the Banned Lovers (Ricardo Freda, 1956), La maschera del demonio / Black Sunday (Mario Bava, 1960), or La frusta e il corpo / The Whip and the Body (Mario Bava, 1963), and paving the way for future gialli like Danza macabra / Castle of Blood (Antonio Margheriti, Sergio Corbucci, 1964), I lunghi capelli della morte / The Long Hair of Death (Antonio Margheriti, 1964), Suspiria (Dario Argento, 1977), Profondo rosso / Deep Red (Dario Argento, 1975), La casa con la scala nel buio / A Blade in the Dark (Lamberto Bava, 1983).
I 52 riferimenti bibliografici reperiti sono suddivisibili per argomento nelle seguenti categorie: vari tipi di dizziness e vertigine (1 8) (1,2,4,6-8, 15,16,19,21,22,24,26,37-41); cervicogenic dizziness o cervical vertigo (21) (3,9-13,17,23,25,28,42-52) di cui 6 articoli specifici sulle disfunzioni in seguito a colpo di frusta; insufficienza arteriosa delle arterie vertebrali o delle carotidi (11) (14,18,20,29-36); vertigine centrale (1) (5); ortostatismo (1) (27).
mangia schiocca la frusta dritto sull'embrione se quello parassita
The investigated structure is made up of arrays of positive and negative frusta. To understand the collapse mechanism and the factors influencing the energy absorption, three types of compression tests were carried out:
In [2], common shapes of collapsible energy absorbers, including circular and square tubes, frusta, struts, honeycombs, and sandwich plates are reviewed.
Nam simul expletus dapibus, vinoque sepultus Cervicem enflexam posuit, jacuitque per Artium Inmensus, saniem eructans, ac frusta cuenta Per somnum commixta mero" (Darwin 125)
These are Frusta ("The Scourge"), caustic criticizer of man and universe, and the dandyish Duca, a latter-day Robin Goodfellow of Shakespearean fame ("Lord, what fools these mortals be!").
Partendo da Quintiliano, grammatica appare prima esclusivamente nelle vesti di austera disciplinatrice, generalmente armata di libro e frusta; poi, a partire da Giovanni di Salisbury--per il quale la grammatica e la prima nutrice di tutti gli studi letterari--cominciamo a trovare rappresentazioni che bilanciano gli iniziali aspetti marziali con componenti piu dolci e materne, con vari esiti individuali negli allegoristi francesi e scrittori del Duecento e Trecento italiano.
The stimuli (see Figure 2) consisted of computer-generated pairs of lines, rectangles, boxes, pyramids, and frusta (truncated pyramids).
Having returned to Italy in 1760 (via Portugal, Spain, and France), he wrote and published between 1763 and 1765 a fortnightly review at Venice, La Frusta Letteraria, whose stinging satirical manner in its treatment of books which Baretti judged to be worthless got it banned by the Venetian censors.
(195-99) [.....................] Turba dein complet dapibus de robore sectis horrea vasta domus socio fabricata labore, ordineque arboreas epulas insomnis acervat, aptius ut socii lucorum frusta resumant.
adfertur ultro panis; de mensa sua dat ossa dominus; frusta iactat familia, et quod fastidit quisque pulmentarium.