Conditions of the human integumentary system constitute a broad spectrum of diseases, also known as dermatoses, as well as many nonpathologic states (like, in certain circumstances, melanonychia and racquet nails). While only a small number of skin diseases account for most visits to the physician, thousands of skin conditions have been described. Classification of these conditions often presents many nosological challenges, since underlying etiologies and pathogenetics are often not known. Therefore, most current textbooks present a classification based on location (for example, conditions of the mucous membrane), morphology (chronic blistering conditions), etiology (skin conditions resulting from physical factors), and so on.
Nebiolo Printech S.p.A. is a manufacturer of printing presses and paper and formerly a type foundry. Nebiolo & Co. was created when Giovanni Nebiolo bought out the type foundry of G. Narizzano in Turin, Italy, in 1852. In 1908 the company merged with the Urania Company and operated under the name Augustea and began to buy out many smaller foundries. In 1916 it was again renamed Società Nebiolo. Fiat bought the press manufacturing business in 1978, turning the type business over to Italiana Caratteri. In 1992 it became Nebiolo Printech S.p.A. and continues to manufacture presses under that name today.
Nebiolo created a large library of typefaces, which remain popular today, although the company never entered photocomposition. It also built a type caster that competed with the Ludlow Typograph. Nebiolo types were distributed in the United States by Continental Type Founders Association. The designer Aldo Novarese became art director in 1952. The matrices for Nebiolo types are still being used by Schriften-Service D. Stempel GmbH.
Private was an experimental rocket developed by the California Institute of Technology on behalf of the United States Army. Tested in two different configurations, it provided the proof of concept that a fin-stabilised ballistic missile was technologically feasible, and led to the development of the Corporal ballistic missile.
Private A was an unguided, fin-stabilised ballistic rocket; it consisted of a JATO unit equipped with cruciform tail fins, and a set of four T22 booster rockets that were jettisoned after launch. This made Private A the first multistage rocket to be flown in the United States.
The series was announced in May 2009, beginning with a contest allowing female readers the chance to audition for the role of Kiran Hayes. It was also announced that the series would adapt the first four books via 20 episodes, each with a standard length of four to six minutes.
A DVD with episodes of the series was released by Newvideo.
Private: The Casting Call was the contest in which three contestants competed for the role of Kiran Hayes in the Web adaptation of Private.
It marked the biggest acquisition for Axel Springer to date, as the German publisher stitches together a global network of digital news operations ...Springer owns a rich portfolio of news outlets including Bild, Welt and Insider, and is active in more than 40 countries.
Axel Springer is the German publishing giant behind major news outlets like Bild and DieWelt in the country. It recently went private and continues to invest in U.S ... That news site has been profitable since 2019, the ...
Axel Springer will acquire Politico in a deal that valued the U.S political news website at over $1 billion, according to a source familiar with the matter ...Springer owns a rich portfolio of news outlets including Bild, Welt and Insider, and is active in more than 40 countries.
Aug 26 (Reuters) - Axel Springer said on Thursday it will acquire U.S political news website Politico, as the German publisher stitches together a global network of digital news operations ...Springer owns a rich portfolio of news outlets including Bild, Welt and Insider, and is active in more than 40 countries.
The information comes from the publisher who owns the newspaper ... Spiegel did not identify the professionals ... She is also the owner of the German daily Welt, the Business Insider news site and Politico Europe. KKR, a private equity firm, owns 36% of Springer’s shares and occupies three of the nine seats on the company’s supervisory board.