Gallo


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Gal·lo

(găl′ō), Robert Charles Born 1937.
American virologist who was one of the first to identify the virus that causes AIDS and to develop a test for it.
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The 2015 Gallo Consumer Wine Trends Survey was conducted by Libran Research & Consulting (www.
When the Guardians come to bat and Gallo steps in, few pitches get by her.
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Gallo relaunched its wines under the Gallo Family vineyards umbrella last March.
This year, Gallo Family Vineyards will be celebrating a feast of outdoor musical events across the UK that are all about bringing people together to relax and enjoy each others company, some wonderful entertainment and some great wine.
The IWSC has long upheld a standard of excellence for the international community, and I am honored to continue this tradition," said Gallo.
However, Gallo predicts that even healthy skin will exhibit somewhat elevated antimicrobial concentrations, signaling an improved resistance to infection.
Gallo began his career while in college working as an intern on a project proposal to restore the Glen Cove, New York waterfront.
Gallo began working at Pierce as a photography lab technician in 1975, and was a photography professor from 1981 until his retirement in 2004.