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a truncated cone or pyramid

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E' stato dimostrato che un'alterazione del controllo degli smooth pursuit eye movements era evidente in persone con colpo di frusta ma non in persone con disturbi vestibolari o con disfunzioni del SNC.
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
los versos 13-14 <<el que a leones fruncidos / los desgarraba la boca>> proceden directamente de otro pasaje biblico (Jueces, 14, 6): <<et dilaceravit leonem quasi haedum in frusta conccrqjcret nihil omnino habens in manu>>;
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.
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.
Opere drammatiche dell 'abate Pietro Metastasio", en La frusta letteraria (1763).
They were made infamous, of course, by Baretti's sneers in La frusta letteraria: "In inglese poi un certo Nourse, libraio di Londra, ne fece tradurre due sole da un certo maestro di lingua chiamato Nugent .
Numerosi studi hanno indagato la validita di costrutto dei test neurodinamici del quadrante superiore su cadavere (18), la validita di contenuto in pazienti con dolore cervico-brachiale (19), su soggetti sani (20) e su soggetti affetti da disturbi non specifici dell'arto superiore e da disordini associati al colpo di frusta (9,21).
Baretti, a well-traveled and cosmopolitan essayist, editor, translator, linguist, and poet of the Enlightenment era, is remembered less for his travel publications than through the character of Aristarco Scannabue, the cranky and sharptongued cultural commentator of his bi-monthly publication, the Frusta letteraria (1764-1766).
16 He concludes his recollection of witnessing oral sex between his parents with the remark that "proprio allora il mio cervello registro per la prima volta quel fatale RITMO affannoso che in futuro doveva tornare per sempre a battere il mio sangue con la sua frusta convulsa e sterile.
Perche qui sotto di noi nella stalla i muli si muovono nel sonno, perche tuo padre sbuffa a noi vicino e non ancora va alto sul carro a scacciare le stelle con la frusta.
The Battle of Palestro, a key episode in the second war of independence, is, for instance, the focus of a number of films made between 1908 and 1915, such as the anonymous Battaglia di Palestro (1908) and the successful Nozze d'oro (1911), realized by Ambrosio Film in Turin and directed by Luigi Maggi even though, as pointed out by Guido Cincotti, the true paternity of this work is to be attributed to Luigi Frusta, the head of the office in which most of the subjects of Ambrosio Film were brought to completion.