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  • proper n. Marcello Stefano Pirani, a German physicist (1880–1968).
  • n. A Pirani gauge.


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  • Mahindra is also likely to benefit from higher value of stakes in group companies, Rao and Pirani, who have a "buy" rating on the auto maker, said in a recent note.


  • Srinivas Rao and Amyn Pirani, Mumbai-based analysts at Deutsche Bank, said they expect Mahindra's tractor volumes to rise and interest costs to decline due to strong cash flow.


  • Governors Island's success could hinge on whether it can draw a big school or another major tenant to the island, said Robert Pirani , executive director of Governors Island Alliance, a civic advocacy group.

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  • The monopole of the gravity field is the black hole, the Petrov-Pirani type D solution.

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  • The index “p” means a summation over the other Petrov-Pirani types.

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  • Pirani, and Schild note that their method “has some similarity to Helmholtz's derivation of the metrics of spaces of constant curvature” (Ehlers et al. 1972, 65).

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  • But when it was described to him, Mr. Pirani questioned whether a land bridge connecting Manhattan to Governors Island would spur development.

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  • "People are going to be a little bit leery of being fingerprinted," Pirani said.

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  • Pirani said that there are more than sufficient resources for both White Stream and Nabucco in the Caspian region, and even in Azerbaijan alone.



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