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Bergamo

basic Lop-eared Alpine type of sheep; polled, used for meat and carpetwool. Origin of many other breeds of this type, found in the Alpine region of Central Europe.
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Formula Franchising Italiano, based in Bergamo, Italy, is the company deserving of attention for having launched Bacio, an emerging chain of gelaterias that has established a foothold in South Florida.
In renal transplant recipients, monitoring mycophenolate mofetil (MMF) plasma levels can improve the management of immunosuppression, according to researchers from the Mario Negri Institute for Pharmacological Research in Bergamo, Italy.
The BAC One-11 was taking off for Bergamo, Italy while the SIA flight had been intending to land in Manchester.
The Elgin facility is a wholly owned subsidiary of Gildemeister Italiana, which manufacturers high precision lathes in Bergamo, Italy, says Mr Hayes.
One of three reheat machines produced by Gerosa of Bergamo, Italy, will be shown in the U.
In the 20th century there are cases that differ from classical martyrdom as, for example, the Little Sisters from Bergamo, Italy, who died while on mission in Zaire.
Results were buoyed by income from the $80m acquisition of Hewlett-Packard Co's printed circuit board operations in Boise, Idaho and Bergamo, Italy, completed in August 1998.
At the Bergamo, Italy, based Texital, sales manager Giuseppe Della Vite pointed to the company's new cotton blends for chunky chenille and boucle in a range of earth tones.
If you're in the mood for a risotto, there's a young chef from Bergamo, Italy, at Ritrovo in Westlake Village who specializes in this labor-intensive dish.
Since 1919, Carimali in Bergamo, Italy, has been making coffee-making machinery.
lab Research and Innovation Centre in Bergamo, Italy, as a new meeting venue for Europe's architectural/engineering/ construction elite.
Hot-blooded Mediterranean Sabrina was born in Bergamo, Italy.