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Contarini

(kōntärē`nē), ancient Venetian family, including eight doges, a cardinal, and several artists. The most celebrated member was Andrea Contarini, 1300?–1382. He was doge (1368–82) at the time of the War of ChioggiaChioggia
, city (1991 pop. 53,179), Venetia, NE Italy, on a small island at the southern end of the Lagoon of Venice (an arm of the Gulf of Venice), connected to the mainland by a bridge. It is an important fishing port and commercial center.
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 between Venice and Genoa; he proved his patriotism by melting his gold and silver plate and mortgaging his lands to raise money for the state.
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Guarnera S, Contarini M, Sciacca P, Patane L, Parisi MG, Pulvirenti A, et al.
In the Article V de iustificatione Catholic, Lutheran and Reformed theologians (Contarini, Eck, Gropper, Melanchthon, Bucer, Calvin) stated: "But this happens to no one unless also at the same time love is infused [infundatur] which heals the will so that the healed may begin to fulfil the law, just as Saint Augustine [De spir.
To solve this problem, it has been proposed the reduction of concentration of lactose by the addition of [beta]-galactosidase (lactase) (Klein, Jong, & Revillion, 2010), forced or induced crystallization (Martinez, Hough, & Contarini, 1990) or the increase of product viscosity (Perrone; Costa Junior, & Magalhaes, 2008).
Initially, this effort involved leading Catholics (Contarini and Seripando) and Protestants (Melanchthon and Bucer) alike.