Merendino

Mer·en·di·no

(mer-en-dē'nō),
K. Alvin, U.S. surgeon, 1914-1985. See: Merendino technique.
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Texas millionaire Jake Clyde Merendino, 52, enjoyed spoiling his loved ones - especially his handsome boyfriend David Enrique Meza, 27.
Todd Merendino, a manager at the conservation-focused group Ducks Unlimited, said sand dunes used to line the shore near the Salt Bayou marsh, forming a crucial buffer between the Gulf of Mexico and the millions of dollars' worth of industrial infrastructure that lie inland.
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Fatigue is an area that needs further investigation within business, particularly given the multi-shift and alternate work environments of today," said Foundation Trustee James Merendino.
Lemoine, Catherine Linh, Julia Christian Coache, Cara C Caputo, Patrick Joseph McNally, Megan Emilie Merendino
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ROBOBAK Standard Edition opens a wealth of opportunities for us," said Tony Merendino, the president of ServIT, Inc.
Riffing on visual and narrative tropes from "Halloween," 'The Texas Chainsaw Massacre," "The Blair Witch Project" and dozens of other, better pics, writer-director James Merendino ("SLC Punk") manages only sporadic scares in "Evil Remains," a small-budget horror opus filmed in and around New Orleans.
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