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Examples of "donini"
In San Lazzaro the museum of prehistory "Luigi Donini" gathering findings of ancient times has been recently opened.
He was active in Perugia, where he painted for the chapel of sacrament in church of San Pietro, for the Palazzo Donini, and Palazzo Antinori
His attempt on the north ridge of Latok I with Jim Donini, Michael Kennedy (climber), and George Lowe (American climber) in 1978 is considered by many to be the most difficult unfinished climb in the world.
John Bragg is an American rock climber and alpinist, noted for first ascents of difficult rock climbs in the Shawangunks and Colorado, and taking high grade rock skills to Patagonia, to make the first ascent of Torre Egger in 1976 with Jim Donini and Jay Wilson.
In 1976, John Bragg, Jim Donini and Jay Wilson from the United States climbed Torre Egger by climbing first to the col between the peak and Cerro Torre, the Col of Conquest, and then up the ridge to the peak. The ascent was hampered by bad weather and took from December 1975 to February 22, 1976 when the 3-person team summitted.
Jim Donini (born July 23, 1943) is an American rock climber and alpinist, noted for a long history of cutting-edge climbs in Alaska and Patagonia. He was president of the American Alpine Club from 2006 to 2009, and a 1999 recipient of the AAC's Robert and Miriam Underhill Award.
The steep North Ridge of Latok I, 2,500 m (8,200 ft) high, is a notorious unclimbed route: it was first attempted, and almost successfully climbed, by the noted American climbers Jim Donini, Michael Kennedy, George Lowe, and Jeff Lowe. The lightweight style of this climb was widely admired, despite the lack of a summit. Many unsuccessful attempts have followed.
The church of Sant'Uldarico was built on the site of ancient Roman theater, and initially consecrated in 1411. The present façade was completed in 1762 by Gaetano Ghidetti. The frescoes of the cupola and nave are by Antonio Bresciani. The church contains also paintings by Lionello Spada, Clemente Ruta, Giovanni Battista Borghesi, Girolamo Donini, and Giovanni Tebaldi. The choir stalls for the monks were commissioned in 1505 from Gian Giacomo Baruffi.
Among his many pupils were Felice Torelli, Lucia Casalini (Torelli's wife), Antonio Beduzzi, Francesco Monti (Bologna), Bastiano Galleoti, Gioseffo Vitali, Donato Creti, Giovanni Battista Grati (Batistino Grati), of Bologna Gioseffo and Cesare Mazzoni, Carlo Salis, Francesco Pavona, Dionigi Donnini (Girolamo Donini), Francesco Comi ("il Fornaretto"), and Jacopo Saeta. He also played some role as a mentor to a pupil of Pasinelli and Sirani (though unclear father or daughter Elisabetta), Teresa Muratori Scannabecchi, and his Giovanni Gioseffo's granddaughter Francesca Fantoni.
Serono was a biotechnology company headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland. The company was founded as the Serono Pharmacological Institute by Cesare Serono in 1906 in Italy. A key step in its development was the discovery of a method of extracting urinary gonadotropins by Dr Piero Donini. Serono was incorporated in 1987 and the holding company, Ares-Serono S.A., changed its name to Serono S.A. in May 2000.
Re Enzo ("King Enzo") is an opera in three acts by Ottorino Respighi to a libretto by Alberto Donini (a student friend of Respighi). "Re Enzo" premiered on 12 March 1905 at the Teatro del Corso in Bologna. The singers were amateurs selected in the world of the Bolognese students; among them, Rosina Giovannoni Zacchi as Lauretta and Ernesto Lavarello as Leonzio. Following the will of the composer, there was a single performance, which obtained a good success.
He trained in Lugo under Benedetto Dal Buono. From there, he moved to Bologna where he was worked for two years in the studio of Ubaldo Gandolfi, he then moved to Ferrara to briefly work with Girolamo Donini, and to Verona to work under Cignaroli. In Verona, he painted a "Death of Rachel". He painted a "Jacob is brought his son's bloody clothes". Returning to Lugo, he painted for the Franciscans a canvas depicting "The Martyrdom of Saints Crispin and Crispiano" and the "Four Theologic Virtues".
He initially trained with a wood engraver named Paganelli from Forlì. From there, he moved to Bologna where he was associated for 23 years with the Accademia del nudo and the studio of Girolamo Donini. He painted for many houses and churches in Lugo. He was described as eruditely educated about the classic mythology and literature. Among his works were and altarpiece the church of San Francesco of Lugo; another in the Pio Suffragio of the city; another in San Michele of Bagnacavallo; another in the Collegiata Trisiano; and he painted for the gallery of Paolo Borsi.
Those areas, however, are somehow less interesting for the vertical rock climbers because of the fragility of the more calcareous rock. For these climbers the peaks and pinnacles of the Central Chain - made up of solid "Dolomia principale"- remain the main attraction. Challenging historic itineraries like the Via Preuss and Diedro Fehrmann on Campanile Basso, the Via Schulz and the Pilastro die Francesi on the Crozzon di Brenta, the Via Videsott on the Cima Margherita, the Via Dibona on the Croz dell'Altissimo and so many other classic routes and their endless variants attract many climbers every year. The Brenta group has become also popular with mountain bikers and has become the last decade a renown base for paragliders. Former European Champion (2006, 2010) and World Cup Silver Medalist (2011) Paragliding Luca Donini is from Molveno.
Gemzell developed methods to extract the human growth hormone and human gonadotropins from cadaver pituitary glands. In 1958 Gemzell was the first to show that extracted gonadotropins containing FSH could be used as fertility medication to stimulate ovulation in women with anovulatory infertility. Ovulation stimulation using FSH medication became the basis of modern infertility therapy such as IVF. First pregnancies were achieved in 1961 and Gemzell recognized early that multiple pregnancy and the ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome were major side effect of the therapy. Gemzell’s pituitary gonadotropin preparation was soon replaced by FSH extracts from urine of postmenopausal women by a method that was developed by Piero Donini and later marketed as Pergonal. Decades later pituitary extractions were proven to be unsafe as Creutzfeldt–Jakob disease could be transmitted.
Urine of postmenopausal women reflects the hypergonadotropic state of menopause -levels of follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) and luteinizing hormone (LH) are high - and contain a mixture of these gonadotropins. Other protein substances may be present, including small amounts of human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG). In 1949 Piero Donini found a relatively simple method to extract gonadotropins from urine of postmenopausal women. Menotropins were successfully introduced into clinical use by Bruno Lunenfeld in 1961. While earlier menotropin medications contained FSH and LH at a 1:1 ratio, the recognition that it is FSH that is critical for follicle stimulation has led to development of newer preparations that contain a much higher FSH/LH ratio, Fertinex being an example.
Mount Epperly is a or perhaps mountain in the Sentinel Range, Ellsworth Mountains in Antarctica. It overlooks Cervellati Glacier to the northeast and Ramorino Glacier to the east-northeast. The peak was first climbed by Erhard Loretan, solo over the south face, on December 1, 1994. Loretan returned the next year and reclimbed the route for a film. In 1999, the American climbers Conrad Anker and Jim Donini failed in their attempt over the west ridge. The third successful ascent was by the Chilean Camilo Rada and Australian Damien Gildea via a new route over the south face in December 2007. Their GPS measurements on top suggested a height 153 m above the official one.
Much of the work at that stage was done by the Brenta guides of that era: Bruno Detassis and Enrico Giordano. The itinerary completed two years later enabled climbers to reach the apex of the Campanile Basso Via Normale. The works were interrupted by the Second World War but were resumed in 1948 mostly by effort of Celestino Donini, until reaching its completion point at the Bocca dei Armi. Later, in 1968-'69 the itinerary was extended towards the Bocca del Tuckett by a trajectory called "Via delle Bocchette Alte", a challenging itinerary that reaches a quota of 3002 meters and traverses the Cima Brenta east face just under the summit. At a later stage the itinerary of vie ferrate was extended towards Passo del Grostè by means of the "Sentiero Benini" and still later on extended further over the Northern Chain towards Rifugio Peller: "Sentiero Costanzi".
The Communist party tried to infiltrate union and student organisations run by the fascists in order to subtly reorient them towards an attitude critical of Fascism. This was one reason behind Curiel's trip to Paris, the site of the party's foreign offices, in March 1937. He formed contacts with Emilio Sereni, Ambrogio Donini and Ruggiero Grieco. To this period may be dated an article he wrote under the pseudonym of Giorgio Intelvi, entitled "Our economic and union work with the masses and the struggle for democracy", which appeared in the review "The Workers' State". Curiel maintained that it was necessary to pressure students, by means of university publications, to get them to abandon the still residually corporative ideology of 'left-wing fascism', and have them recognize the 'class struggle'. Persuasion of the elected representatives of factory workers was also important, in order to build among them 'clandestine groups' that would then be able to exercise a political influence on the shop floor workers. The article was subject to some criticism – Egidio Gennari took exception to its abstract character and economism – but Curiel won Gennari's confidence nonetheless, for his intelligence, culture and willpower. Encouraged, he returned to Padua to continue his work there, while maintaining his contacts in Paris.