Synonyms for pienta or Related words with pienta

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Examples of "pienta"
Clint Howard Character Actor Award: Eleanore Pienta, 7 CHINESE BROTHERS
Damsel is a 2015 American drama film directed by Douglas Burgdorff and starring Aimée Laurence, Craig Anderson, Evan Todd, Eleanore Pienta, and Michael Burnet.
A music video was created to accompany the release of the song. Directed by Ellis Bahl and starring actors Jonathan Dwyer, Jessica DiGiovanni, and Eleanor Pienta, it is the band's first official music video.
Pienta and Coffey (1991) published ‘‘Cellular harmonic information transfer through a tissue tensegrity-matrix system’’ combining the concepts of the living matrix, vibratory and resonant interactions, cellular and tissue continuity, piezoelectricity, solid-state biochemistry, coherence, and tensegrity - all creating a body-wide communication and regulatory system of living organisms.
See You Next Tuesday is a 2013 independent drama film directed by Drew Tobia and his first full length feature film. The movie had its world premiere on October 13, 2013 at the London Film Festival and Eleanore Pienta as a pregnant woman that has a complicated personal relationship with her family.
Pienta attended the University of Michigan as an undergraduate, before ultimately receiving a Bachelor's degree from the Johns Hopkins University in 1983. He stayed at Johns Hopkins to earn his MD in 1986. After medical school, he completed his residency at the University of Chicago Hospital.
The Comedy in Dance Festival runs in the spring presenting 20-30 artists or companies over 4 nights. Past performers have included Billy Schultz, the Cocoon Central Dance Team which includes Sunita Mani, Tallie Medel and Eleanore Pienta; Jamie Benson and Andrae Gonzalo and The Raving Jaynes, among others.
Kenneth J. Pienta is a medical doctor and the Donald S. Coffey professor of urology and professor of oncology and pharmacology and molecular sciences at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He also serves as the director of research at the Brady Urological Institute.
Mona (Eleanore Pienta) is an unpleasant pregnant woman that ends up getting fired from her job as a checkout clerk at a grocery store in Brooklyn. She's later kicked out of her mother May's (Dana Eskelson) apartment, which forces her to move in with her lesbian sister Jordan (Molly Plunk) and her girlfriend Sylve (Keisha Zollar). Mona's relationship with Jordan is as toxic as her relationship with her mother, and her presence soon puts an additional strain on Jordan and Sylve's own relationship.
The Donald S. Coffey lectureship was established in 1991 by the Society for Basic Urologic Research. It is awarded annually at the spring SBUR meeting to a prominent cancer researcher. Awardees have included Carlo M. Croce, Philip Beachy, Kenneth Pienta, Ronald A. DePinho, William G. Nelson, Charles L. Sawyers, Frank McCormick, Angela Brodie, Peter Jones, John C. Reed, Gerald Cunha, Carol Prives, William R. Fair, Webster Cavenee, Curtis C. Harris, Harold L Moses, Bert W. O'Malley, and Judah Folkman.
Lahm developed into a professional football player within the Bayern Munich Junior Team. He joined the team at the age of 11 after a youth coach, Jan Pienta, had scouted him several times while he was playing for the local youth team in his hometown Gern, Munich. He was already considered very talented; one of his coaches, Hermann Hummels, even stated that "If Philipp Lahm will not make it in the Bundesliga, nobody will anymore." He twice won the Bundesliga youth title, the second time as captain of his team, and then was introduced into the B team at the age of 17. His former amateur coach Hermann Gerland considers Lahm to be the most talented player he has ever coached and made him the captain of the B team during his second season. Up to this point Lahm played as a defensive midfielder, right midfielder or right full-back.