Angelucci

An·ge·luc·ci

(ahn-jĕ-lū'chē),
Arnaldo, Italian ophthalmologist, 1854-1934. See: Angelucci syndrome.
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It's important to balance low costs with offering students the food they want, Angelucci says.
Angelucci, Wordswoth's stolen boat episode in The Prelude, and amplifications and quaternity in Robert Jordan's The Wheel of Time series.
For example, recent randomized trials suggest that at best a quarter of households take up available loans from microfinance institutions in India, Mexico, and Morocco (Banerjee and others 2013, Crepon and others 2011, Angelucci, Karlan, and Zinman 2012).
Francesca Angelucci said: "I can't believe they announced it by email.
Vulcano A, Angelucci M, Candelori E, Martini V, Patti AM, Mancini C, et al.
The influence of a celestial being in the creation and evolution of the universe" by Augusto Angelucci is a 520-page compendium exploring the connections and commonalities between geographically and culturally diverse civilizations and their influences and impacts upon the development of our 21st Century world.
But the tool isn't perfect, said Carlos Angelucci, COO of Rapid Realty, who said his competitors have written negative reviews about the company, while many of its best reviews from satisfied customers are mistakenly filtered out.
Andreff, 1999; Aoki, 1994; Berglof, 1995; Dharwadkar, George, & Brandes, 2000; Estrin & Angelucci, 2003; Wright, Filatotchev, Buck, & Bishop, 2003; Young, Peng, Ahlstrom, & Bruton, 2002).
We have had a good relationship with PDA through the years," said Jim Angelucci, Phillips Mushroom Farms, Inc.