Zaffaroni

Zaf·fa·ro·ni

(zah-fah-rō-nē),
Alejandro, 20th-century Uruguayan-U.S. chemist and biochemist. See: Zaffaroni system.
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TD Bank is known for creating the best experience for its customers, said Acxiom Client Executive, Gregg Zaffaroni.
Acxiom client executive, Gregg Zaffaroni, said, 'TD Bank is known for creating the best experience for its customers.
Eugenio Zaffaroni, a law professor and Argentine Supreme Court judge, blasted Griesa for "coming off as an all powerful figure when in reality he is just a low-level judge, almost municipal, who has narrow legal vision and is incapable of handling a case that involves a separate country and has unimaginable international repercussions.
It's like we get lucky winners everyday," said Mike Zaffaroni, owner of Proline Motors.
Alejandro Zaffaroni, with the vision of creating new therapies to treat acute and intermittent medical conditions through a new and novel technology.
Lorenzo Zaffaroni, European supply manager Rigid Plastics for Unilever, said: "We wanted the new pack to offer a uniquely different experience from other inverted bottles in the marketplace.
The Amy & Bryan Chesshir Revocable Trust acquired the house from Kevin and Aileen Zaffaroni.
Most compelling are the excellent analyses and discussions by Zaffaroni, Garcia Mendez, and Baratta of recent changes prompted by the 1989 UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.
The panels are first cut into plank-size widths, about 7 3/4-inches wide, and then into the desired lengths on a Mario Zaffaroni & figli machine from Italy.
Alex Zaffaroni thought the drug delivery methodology would generate enough revenues to do so.