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fa·ri·na

(fă-rē'nă),
Flour or meal, as prepared from cereal grains such as Avena sativa (oats) or Triticum sativum (wheat); used as a starchy food.
[L.]

farina

(fă-rē′nă) [L.]
Finely ground meal commonly made from wheat or other grain, used as cereal and flour.
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Chancellor Farina is an inspiring advocate for quality social studies-based education, and is passionate about the power of language and cultural education to connect communities in a unique way.
If offered a breather, Farina said he replies with a thanks, but no thanks.
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will bring judgment on themselves," and that as a result, Farina and a co-defendant "brought this judgment upon themselves.
Hollywood star John Cusack also remembered Farina as a "great guy and a real Chicago character".
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Farina, now community coach at Aston Villa, where he is a sterling role model for the next generation of players, was asked to help rig a game while still playing in Italy.
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and whom I've vigorously supported, voted for a divisive, unnecessary, and discriminatory so-called defense of marriage bill," Farina said in a letter to the Republican Party leadership of Cuyahoga County.
And, after her cakewalk 6-1, 6-2 defeat of Silvia Farina Elia, Venus expressed sadness at Wimbledon ditching another piece of the past.