CRINO

AcronymDefinition
CRINOConstitutional Republic in Name Only
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(4.) Metro G, Foglietta J, Russillo M, Stocchi L, Vidiri A, Giannarelli D, Crino L, Papaldo P, Mottolese M, Cognetti F, Fabi A, Gori S.
Crino joins the firm's trucking practice group from Warren-based Wildenhain Crino PC.
(7) Similar results may be found In Lawless (2009), Crino and Epifani (2012) or Alguacil et al.
While stationed on the island in 1944, a casual encounter brought about a conversation between Crino and two off-duty Marines, wherein one of the officers mentioned a teenage girl living on the island who claimed to have witnessed what many assumed to be the death of Amelia Earhart.
However, articles classified as "Selective Prevention" in Maggin and Johnson's (2014) review included Bernstein, Layne, Egan & Tennison (2005), a treatment study including only children with an anxiety diagnosis; Hunt, Andrews, Sakashita, Crino, & Eskine (2009) indicated prevention with elevated anxiety, Miller, Laye-Gindhu, Liu et al.
Crino, "Focal brain malformations: a spectrum of disorders alongthe mTOR cascade," Novartis Foundation Symposium, vol.
Crino, "The mTOR signalling cascade: paving new roads to cure neurological disease," Nature Reviews Neurology, vol.
Crino, "mTOR pathway inhibition prevents neuroinflammation and neuronal death in a mouse model of cerebral palsy," Neurobiology of Disease, vol.
Marrone G, Crino F, Caruso S, Mamone G, Carollo V, Milazzo M, et al.