Fraccaro

Frac·ca·ro

(frah-kahr'ō),
Marco, 20th-century Italian ophthalmologist. See: Parenti-Fraccaro syndrome, Schmid-Fraccaro syndrome.
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Nobody will be able to govern without the Five Star Movement," said senior party member Riccardo Fraccaro after the election.
Meanwhile senior 5-Star member Riccardo Fraccaro said nobody would be able to govern without his party.
Nobody will be able to govern without the 5-Star Movement," said senior party member Riccardo Fraccaro.
Executive Roundtable Editor David Reimer and colleague Sonja Meighan recently sat down with the CHRO of Mastercard, Michael Fraccaro, and three of his senior leaders to discuss their journey toward maximizing the potential of their talent at a critical inflection point for the company.
As a career, cyber security has been around for many years, but the need these kind of professionals has been amplified by the rise of the digital economy, said Michael Fraccaro, chief human resources officer at Mastercard who receives around 250,000 jobs applications from around the world every year.
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MasterCard (NYSE:MA) has said that it has appointed Michael Fraccaro as chief human resources officer, effective July 8, 2016.
Walter Fraccaro, quien sustituyo al propio Ramon Vargas por la imposibilidad de este para efectuar las funciones, es un tenor de buena presencia pero con un timbre no muy grato, que canta en general bien pero sin mayor proyeccion, sin fuerza real de trasmision, por lo que su Trovador resulto en balance sin mayor pena ni gloria.
El diagnostico diferencial hay que establecerlo con otras enfermedades que cursan con asimetria craneal y facial como los sindromes de Crouzon, Fraccaro y con el sindrome 18 q heredado y otros con craneosinostosis como los de Carpenter, de Saethre-Chotzen y de Pfeiffer.
WHEN DAVID FRACCARO preached his first sermon to his first congregation--a small United Church of Christ flock in New Jersey--a man got up halfway through and walked out.
Not all the singers were attuned to such an unconventional reading, including Anna Smirnova, an embarassingly coarse Amneris despite her large volume and dark color, and Walter Fraccaro, a lacklustre Radames.
9) Plinio Fraccaro, en una conferencia pronunciada en 1931 en Milan, concluyo que <<la extension de la ciudadania romana desde el limitado territorio de la antigua urbe hacia toda Italia es el mas importante hecho en la historia de la antiguedad, pues hizo posible el imperio y la pax Romana>>.