nardo

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n nardo Australian clover fern
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Usage

In literature:

Nardo, every time he washes his hands, makes a great sea of soapsuds.
"Stories from Pentamerone" by Giambattista Basile
Of the brothers, Nardo, who died in 1365, was scarcely his inferior.
"The Florentine Painters of the Renaissance" by Bernhard Berenson
Down far below, I could see for a moment the city of Nardos with its great white bridge, and a spot that might be Kelvar.
"Out Around Rigel" by Robert H. Wilson
The Prince of Bisignano, the Duke of Melfi, the Duke of Nardo, counts and knights innumerable disappeared.
"Naples Past and Present" by Arthur H. Norway
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In news:

German Speed Kings Take To Nardo For Top Speed Braggin Rights.
Ann Brizolis/host: Bree Estape – 302 Nardo Avenue.
The best photographs from Hopscotch 2012 by Abby Nardo, Adam David Kissick, D.L.
Middleditch takes 'Road to Nardo '.
Just weeks after being named one of Variety's 10 Comics to Watch, Thomas Middleditch ("Splinterheads") has landed the title role in Columbia Pictures' comedy "Road to Nardo .
European tuners take to the circle-shaped Nardo test track in Italy for a top-speed contest.
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In science:

As a final example of possible deviations from the SM predictions we can mention the case of the B → τ ν decay (talk by De Nardo).
Concluding Talk: A Theorist Overview on Particle Physics
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