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Aversa

(ävĕr`sä), city (1991 pop. 54,032), Campania, S Italy. It is an agricultural and transportation center, noted for its sparkling white wine. It also produces shoes, mozzarella cheese, and other dairy and agricultural products. In the early 11th cent. the county of Aversa became the first possession of the Normans in Italy; it later was made part of the kingdom of Naples.
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Isidori AM, Giannetta E, Gianfrilli D, Greco EA, Bonifacio V, Aversa, Isidori A, Fabbri A, Lenzi A.
En primer lugar el de Cecilia Aversa, que examina por que unas crisis presidenciales culminan con la renuncia del presidente y otras con su remocion.
During his student life he was a prize-winner at several international competitions including Domenico Cimarosa International Piano Competition (1990, Aversa, Italy), Sergei Rachmaninov International Piano Competition (1990, Morcone, Italy) and Ferruccio Busoni International Piano Competition (1992, Bolzano, Italy).
Asimismo, para el escenario A = N [union] {b} definimos la comision por saldo aversa al riesgo, [[delta].
2010; Geliebter y Aversa, 2003); de igual modo, en numerosos estudios se ha encontrado una relacion positiva entre el indice de masa corporal (IMC) y el comer emocional (Adriaanse et al.
Wasniewska M, Corrias A, Salerno M, Mussa A, Capalbo D, Messina MF, Aversa T, Bombaci S, De Luca F, Valenzise M.
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There seem to be a paradoxical effect of experiential avoidance, since avoidance seems to increase the strength of thoughts and emotions that are avoided (Barnes & Tantleff-Dunn, 2010; Geliebter & Aversa, 2003; Soetens & Braet, 2006).
Leitze Z, Sella E, Aversa J (2003) Endoscopic decompression of the retrocalcaneal space.
Messina MF, Valenzise M, Aversa S, Arrigo T, De Luca F Iatrogenic Cushing syndrome caused by ocular glucocorticoids in a child.