Cimino

Ci·mi·no

(sĭ-mē'nō),
James E., 20th-century U.S. nephrologist. See: Brescia-Cimino fistula.
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I would like to think we give better service than most people," said John Cimino, the Caruso Club's manager.
14, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Universal Music Publishing Group (UMPG) today announced the appointment of Marc Cimino to the newly created global position of Chief Operating Officer (COO), effective immediately.
Victoria Cimino, who was once communications manager for the New Hampshire Division of Travel and Tourism Development, has officially taken over as the agency's new director.
Violinist Sarah Charness, The Gus Fafalios Band, Chris "Breeze" Barczynski and Vin Cimino also took to the stage during the party that drew close to 1,000 brokers, developers and friends.
The Urbanics have the Cafe Cimino Country Inn, located at 616 Main St.
Schott, Cathleen Cimino, Martin Vieiro, and Erika Wada
Senior 6-foot-10 forward Matt Cimino pumped in 10 points.
Clint Eastwood (above) roots out vigilante rookies in the San Francisco police department in a Dirty Harry sequel scripted by right-wing Hollywood mavericks John Milius and Michael Cimino.
Cimino and colleagues (2010) found the alert rate and the volume of false negative alerts were at an acceptable rate.
The list of hundreds of properties includes a mediaeval castle in Soriano nel Cimino near Rome, an 18th-century former prison on the island of Procida in the Bay of Naples and three 19th-century barracks on the shores of Lake Garda.
Cimino bankrupted his studio making it, and his efforts were overwhelmingly dismissed by reviewers and resisted by bored and baffled audiences.
This is a sign the economy may be improving and people may have more disposable income to spend on cosmetic enhancements," said Victor Cimino, MD, a board-certified plastic surgeon at LUHS.