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macaroni:

see pastapasta,
generic name for thin pieces of hardened, unleavened dough that are molded into various shapes and boiled, not baked. Pasta is commonly associated with Italian cuisine, though similar wheat flour and rice flour pastas, usually called noodles, have been known in Asia for a
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macaroni

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(in 18th-century Britain) a dandy who affected foreign manners and style
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CSDaV detection (YAMAMOTO et al., 2011) was targeted to two loci in the virus genome, helicase and RNA-dependent RNA polymerase/coat protein region (MACCHERONI et al., 2005) and those regions where characterized as of higher and lower nucleotide variability (MATSUMURA et al., 2016), providing enough support for the detection techniques employed in this work.
Maccheroni, Marinacci, and Rustichini (2006) characterize preferences under ambiguity by introducing both a utility function U defined on outcomes and an ambiguity index C defined on a set [DELTA] of probabilities regarding the random events.
(3) Although the focus of this paper is on the Zibaldone, it is worth citing Leopardi's youthful poem "Contro la minestra," as well as his famous diatribe against Neapolitans' appetite for maccheroni in his poem "I nuovi credenti."
* Spaghetti alia chitarra, or maccheroni alia chitarra, is a variety of egg pasta typical of Abruzzo, Italy.
I would stand across the kitchen counter and watch as she fed strips of supple dough through her hand-crank pasta roller and then cut them into noodles--wide lasagna, long fettuccine, or square-cut maccheroni alla chitarra, a specialty of her native Abruzzo.
Cerreia-Vioglio, Simone, Maccheroni, Fabio, Marinacci, Massimo, & Montrucchio, Luigi.
In the case of nonadditive probabilities, Marinacci [12] proved several limit laws for nonadditive probabilities and Maccheroni and Marinacci [13] obtained a strong law of large numbers for totally monotone capacities.