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In the valley below gleamed Agordo, with its white dome; and against the Eastern horizon rose the pinky peaks of Monte Lasteie, the shadowy ridge of Monte Pramper, and the strange, solitary needle called the Gusella di Vescova, like a warning finger pointing to the sky.
The Val Fiorentino, green and sunny and sprinkled with white villages, opened up, like a beautiful avenue, to the very foot of the Pelmo; while northward, the valley of Codalunga met the descending slopes of Monte Gusella, and showed a streak of winding path leading down from the pass.
"We have to start thinking about a two-way flow - capital comes in, goods come out," said Dick Gusella, chairman and chief executive officer of Connacher Oil and Gas.
It was used by Gusella and his people at the Harvard Medical School to identify a chromosomal marker for Huntington’s disease.
Gusella’s paper clarified the technique, and opened up a new avenue of thought.