Pacini Pa·ci·ni (pə-chē'nē, pä-), Filippo. 1812-1883.
Italian anatomist who described the microscopic structure of the lamellated corpuscle.
Last night a theatre that Torlonia has undertaken and organized, was opened with a new opera of pacini's.
pacini assumed an amusing importance, and his very myrmidons gave out their brass tickets with an air.
pacini found in all the sensible nerves of the fingers many elliptical whitish corpuscles.
pacini, which was often inspected and commended by Mengs for the facility and elegance he there discovered.
The most practical of these are the Sylvester and pacini methods.
But you must clearly understand that this air is by pacini; Carthagenova introduces it instead of that by Rossini.
pacini's Talismano had just been produced with great success at la Scala.
Of the better known solutions we will here mention pacini's and Hayem's fluids.
This was in a fantasia on themes by pacini, which he played in a most remarkable manner.
In Paris, pacini's "partitions," an excellent edition of the popular Italian operas, are sold for twelve francs each.