Pithon

Pithon

(pī`thŏn), in the Bible, a descendant of Saul, one of the sons of Micah.
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Debate sobre os desafios da APS, com Antonio Pithon Cyrino e Jose Guedes
Based on the perspective that facial or dental esthetics considered adequate influence the judgment of an individual's personality, Pithon et al.
Pithon et al13 evaluated the variation in facial soft tissue thickness in young north eastern Brazilian individuals according to gender and skeletal class.
Para los antiguos, tendria Pithon, como dice la Biblia.
This satrapy may be corresponded with present South Punjab (Siraiky belt) was assigned to Philips while Sindh was placed under Pithon the son of Agenor.
Powertrain Integration president Robert Pachla explained the meaning of the PIthon engine name: "Pythons are strong, powerful snakes that constrict their prey; PIthon squeezes every bit of power, every penny of savings out ofoperators' precious fuel and maintenance dollars.
He's also directed three of the others, including Emily Pithon who Liverpool audiences may recall from Tartuffe.
Emily Pithon is all high-pitched giggles, flared nostrils and puppet-like movements as Mariane, the daughter Orgon plans to marry off to Tartuffe.
As elsewhere described (Dhindsa & Saina 1994, Pithon & Dytham 1999, Bendjoudi et al.
Newsholme P, Curi R, Pithon Curi TC, Murphy CJ, Garcia C, Pires de Melo M.