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(Riverius) (ri-vē-ār'),
Lazare (Lazarus), French physician, 1589-1655. See: Rivière salt.
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But Riviera continues to hang in there - repelling records and often par bids by pros in annual Nissan Opens as technology keeps on booming.
Riviera Holdings Corporation owns and operates the Riviera Hotel and Casino on the Las Vegas Strip and the Riviera Black Hawk Casino in Black Hawk, Colorado.
Pavin's Riviera streak was halted by a former USC player - Craig Stadler - who held off another Trojan - Scott Simpson - and three others in a second-place tie one stroke behind Stadler in 1996.
The ahi tuna tartare is typical of the well-prepared and creatively presented fare at Riviera Bistro in Calabasas.
Currently under development are two residential resort complexes in Miami, Viceroy Icon Brickell and Viceroy South Beach, two on Mexico's Riviera Maya, Viceroy Riviera Maya in the eco-luxury Mayakoba resort and The Tides Playa del Carmen, as well as Kor's initial overseas venture, Viceroy Anguilla in the British West Indies.
Victories, naturally, are more significant to tour players than records, especially on a course as storied as 78-year-old Riviera, where only four men have completed consecutive championships in the Nissan Open (formerly the Los Angeles Open) and where a player as talented as Jack Nicklaus never won at all.
The resort's close proximity to our upcoming Tides Playa del Carmen and Viceroy Riviera Maya Resort and Residence emphasizes even further the extent of our involvement in the region.
Let me know if I can do anything else to make your stay enjoyable, Riviera is telling its most famous guest this week.
The reigning Masters champion opens his Nissan title defense today at Riviera Country Club.
Overwhelmingly, the team felt it possible to travel to Cancun, Cozumel, and the Mayan Riviera for a full and restful vacation, and that current tourism levels offered a break from the larger crowds one might typically experience.