Bozzolo


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Boz·zo·lo

(bot'sō-lō),
Camillo, Italian physician, 1845-1920. See: Bozzolo sign.
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AMORE BY ANDREA Contemporary Italian cuisine from the kitchen of award-winning Chef Andrea Bozzolo.
The women were seen stepping up on to the plinth of the monument and taking off their skirts," the Sun quoted prosecutor Eise Bozzolo as saying.
Household is held every two years, so that technologies can be consolidated and have sufficient absorption time in the Brazilian and Mercosul (a tax-free region comprising Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay, Chile and Bolivia) market," said Luiz Alberto Bozzolo, director of Freedom Comunicacoes, the meeting coordinator.
Giorgio Bozzolo, 39-6-500-90-438, (Italy), all of Procter & Gamble/
10) All'idea di bozzolo del baco e della chiusura al suo interno si collega la funzione della 'cella' o 'galera,' anch'essa riportata come tipica negli studi della memoria medioevale.
Un'esistenza, dunque, perennemente equivalente, bozzolo isolato, staccata da cio cui era unita nell'uguale catena dell'evoluzione.
Regrettably, the book lacks the full scholarly apparatus of bibliography and comprehensive index, and makes no mention of some important earlier scholarship on the Cite, such as the work of Alfred Jeanroy and Carla Bozzolo.