Messana

Messana:

see MessinaMessina
, city (1991 pop. 231,693), capital of Messina prov., NE Sicily, Italy, on the Strait of Messina, opposite the Italian mainland. It is a busy seaport and a commercial and light industrial center.
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, Italy.
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MESSANA, V, Evagrio Pontico, La preghiera, CTP 117, Roma: Citta Nuova, 1994.
Jekshenbaeva echoed that sentiment: "You know, such talents need more space, a separate place to live, with modern conveniences--as people say, 'with two bathrooms and two mirrors.'" (45) Paola Messana's interviews with residents of communal apartments reveal years of hardship, including some of an unspeakable kind, but also memories of survival and even celebration of the human spirit.
Although the negative effects of excessive lipids on the diet of cattle have been reported (GALBRAITH et al., 1971; DOREAU & FERLAY, 1995; MESSANA et al., 2013), there are no previous reports of deaths from excessive intake of soybean oil.
Weitzel WF, Rubin JM, Leavey SF, Swartz RD, Dhingra RK, Messana JM.
(16.) The Latin is based on Bartholomaeo de Messana's thirteenth-century Latin rendering the Physiognonomika, in which he clearly delineates Tractates A and B.
Castagnola M, Picciotti PM, Messana I, Fanali C, Fiorita A, Cabras T, et al.
Messana, "Biotechnological implications of the salivary proteome," Trends in Biotechnology, vol.
Redesigned Messana O'Rorke, 200 East 62nd Street is a new luxury condominium conversion on the Upper East Side with 114 residences, many of which are available for immediate occupancy.
Messana, "XAM 2.0: from Student Competition to Professional Challenge," Computer-Aided Design and Applications, vol.
Messana I, Ferroni L, Misiti F, Girelli G, Pupella S, Castagnola M, et al.
The training and approach must be tailored to the education level and learning needs of the patient or caregiver (Segal & Messana, 2013).