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Corno

Monte . a mountain in central Italy: the highest peak in the Apennines. Height: 2912 m (9554 ft.)

Corno

 

a mountain peak in Italy, in the Gran Sasso d’Italia (Abruzzi Apennines) massif. Height, 2,914 m (highest point on the peninsula). Formed from limestones and dolomites, Corno has the only glacier in the Apennines (area, 0.06 sq km).

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Seven natural herbs, Radix Astragali (35.3%), Radix Rehmanniae (14.4%), Radix Notoginseng (3.5%), Radix et Rhizoma Rhei (7.1%), Fructus Aurantii (11.5%), Fructus Corni (10.6%), and Ramulus Euonymi (17.6%), were well mixed and soaked in distilled water for 30 minutes, boiled in 10 volumes of water (v/w) for 1 h, and extracted twice.
Pastorale / p Sei Strumenti a fiato / cioe / Due Clarinetti, Due Corni / Due Fagotti / del Sig:e Giuseppe Lapi
Tenders are invited for Services Framework Agreement for Surveillance, Prevention, Control and Eradication of Animal Diseases Transmissible Those Animals to Humans, Animal Protection and Environmental Protection, Identification and Registration of Cattle, Pigs, Sheep and Goats and Their Movements, as and Correcting Any Errors or Inconsistent Generated By Failure to Register or Errors of Time to Register to Csva Brahasesti, Corni
Simultaneous determination of six active components in crude and processed Fructus Corni by high performance liquid chromatography.
(9.) Corni, I, Ryan, MP, Boccaccini, AR, "Electrophoretic Deposition: From Traditional Ceramics to Nanotechnology." J.
The herbal paste was composed of: Yinyanghuo (Herba Epimedii Brevicornus), Bajitian (Radix Morindae Officinalis), Huangqi (Radix Astragali Mongolici), Dangshen (Radix Codonopsis), Heshouwu (Radix Polygoni Multiflori), Huangjing (Rhizoma Polygonati Sibirici), Shudihuang (Radix Rehmanniae Preparata), Shanzhuyu (Fructus Corni), Maidong (Radix Ophiopogonis Japonici), Yeqiaomaigen (Fagopyrum Dibotrys Hara), Hutuiye (Lithocarpus Elaeagnifolia), Huangjingzi (Fructus Viticis Negundo), Fabanxia (prepared Pinellia Tuber), Pugongying (Herba Taraxaci Mongolici), Ejiao (Colla Corii Asi-ni), Guijiaiiao (Colla Carapacis Et Plastri Testudinis), Gejie (Gecko), Ziheche (Placenta Hominis), Baishen (White Ginseng), crystal sugar, and maltose.
A meno di non espungere completamente (o quasi completamente, come nel caso di Raoul Plus) dalla teologia del flagello uno dei suoi due corni, il <<castigo>>, riducendo il <<flagello>> in questione, per riprendere le categorie di Celi, a <<prova>>.
Washington, Nov 28 ( ANI ): A new study has provided theoretical evidence for the treatment of neurodegenerative disease with 5-hydroxymethylfurfural extracted from wine-processed Fructus corni and lays the foundations for clinical prevention and treatment of oxidative injury-related diseases in the brain.
Kim et al., "Evaluation of morroniside, iridoid glycoside from Corni Fructus, on diabetesinduced alterations such as oxidative stress, inflammation, and apoptosis in the liver of type 2 diabetic db/db mice," Biological & Pharmaceutical Bulletin, vol.
In entrambi i casi il dato che spicca e che l'attenzione e l'interesse per il ruolo della narrazione storiografica da un lato e per il romanzo storico dall'altro tendono a presupporsi, ad implicarsi a vicenda, non solo cronologicamente (manifestandosi contemporaneamente o in tempi ravvicinati) ma, anche e soprattutto, tematicamente, in quanto corni di uno stesso dilemma: la rappresentazione del passato.
Immediately below About Time on the overall IRC scoreboard, the remaining podium places came down to lake, Ray Entwistle's Jill, and Noel Corni.sh's Sydney 47, St Jude, which finished the race second and third respectively.
The interval [0, [n.sub.h, t]) represents the corni ilium of all goods [c.sub.h, t](i) that can possibly be produced by Home-owned firms for the Home market, while the interval [1, 1 + [n.sub.f, t]] represents the continuum of all goods that can be produced by Foreign-owned firms, [c.sub.f, t] (i), for the Home market ([n.sub.h, t], [n.sub.f, t] [greater than or equal to] 1).