Cimino

Ci·mi·no

(sĭ-mē'nō),
James E., 20th-century U.S. nephrologist. See: Brescia-Cimino fistula.
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In a lawsuit, Kurt Decker and Michael Cimino, who worked for the show as camera operators, stated that they received "an unsolicited racist and misogynist text message from a Tonight Show stagehand" on June 19, 2017.
Cimino, as the inventor and pioneer of the AVF, believed nurses were fundamentally invaluable to the success of the access.
Representing both the seller and buyer were Scott Plasky of the Manhattan office, and Michael Cimino and Gregory Melanson of the Brooklyn office.
In the two years that Cimino has led the tourism division, a plethora of creative marketing efforts have breathed new life into New Hampshire's brand as a vacation destination, and that presence has paid off.
Cimino will also be remembered for the budget-busting flop "Heaven's Gate" released not long after his grim tale of the Vietnam war.
WINNING director Michael Cimino, whose film The Deer Hunter became one of the great triumphs of Hollywood's 1970s heyday and whose disastrous Heaven's Gate helped bring that era to a close, has died.
Michael Cimino, whose roller-coaster career as a Hollywood film director included Oscar-winner "The Deer Hunter" and legendary box office flop "Heaven's Gate," has died, U.
I would like to think we give better service than most people," said John Cimino, the Caruso Club's manager.
Chris Cimino, meteorologist for NBC's flagship station in New York, was honored at the 40th annual dinner of the Communications Alumni of the City College of New York (CCNY) in May at the National Arts Club.
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.