Castellani

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Cas·tel·la·ni

(kahs'tĕ-lah'nē),
Aldo, Italian physician, 1877-1971. See: Castellani bronchitis, Castellani paint.
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Castellano used YouTube as a way to inspire other women who may be going through the daunting circumstances she is facing.
In the city of Muhammad Ali's birth, an incensed Borel and an incredulous Castellano became embroiled in a post-race punch-up seen not only by stunned racegoers but also by viewers watching live on national television.
Castellano builds many Realtor relationships through her husband and community.
The Newlead Castellano is a 2013-built dry bulk Eco-type Handysize vessel of 35,542 dwt and is one of the three dry bulk Eco-type Handysize vessels that were delivered to NewLead's fleet in 2014.
Prior to joining Castellano, Korenberg & Company, she served as a founding partner at Armao, Costa and Ricciardi, CPAs, PC.
Castellano is primarily concerned with the social ecology of second nature (represented mainly by the traditional practices of agricultural communities) rather than the environmental ecologies of wilderness.
During her childhood, Castellano endured rounds of chemotherapy, surgery, stem cell transplants and radiation.
According to the Facebook page, Castellano, who was the face of the beauty brand CoverGirl, was so adored by her fans that the hospital, where she died, had to ask well-wishers to stop calling.
In this piece, Castellano hints at his fascination with the pinata, a common feature of kids' parties in Spain.
However, track supremo Bill Carstanjen suggested that the effects of a sore wrist and a build-up of intense pressure could have led a furious and out-of-control Borel to lunge at Castellano in the winner's circle after the Breeders' Cup Marathon, in which Castellano's mount PrinceWill I Am was disqualified from second place after causing interference to others, including Borel.
Lazard Limited (NYSE: LAZ) has said that its chief financial officer Michael Castellano will retire in a year and will be succeeded by Matthieu Bucaille, a Lazard executive in Paris.
Sinclair comes with an impressive resume, said Marlene Brant Castellano, a professor emeritus with Trent University's Indigenous Studies department.