[nair-vee; Italian ner-vee]
- Pier Lu·i·gi [pyer loo-ee-jee] /pyɛr luˈi dʒi/, 1891–1979, Italian engineer and architect.
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Nervi traces its antiquity to the yet problematical time of Job.Reminiscences of Glass-making
Hanc sæpius ossa, musculi, nervi; illam tori quidam, et quasi jubæ decent.A Dialogue Concerning Oratory, Or The Causes Of Corrupt Eloquence
The English dictionary is prodigiously defective—Nervi desunt.
Nervi is a place of German hotels, much beer and an unaccommodating tram line.Italian Highways and Byways from a Motor Car
What recollections our parents carried away from those visits to the Nervi household!From sketch-book and diary
- Pier Luigi (pjɛːr luˈiːdʒi). 1891–1979, Italian engineer and architect; noted for his pioneering use of reinforced concrete as a decorative material. He codesigned the UNESCO building in Paris (1953)
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