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Bres·ci·a

(bresh'ē-ă),
Michael J., 20th-century U.S. nephrologist. See: Brescia-Cimino fistula.
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If Brescia felt comfortable with the standard and the environment we can provide there's no reason why it shouldn't happen.
Thankfully, this section is not typical of the book, for the author's impressive command of the scholarship on early modern Italy has clearly informed her research and her laudable attempt to place early modern Brescia in a comparative historical context.
Brescia is an excellent fit for Transplace," said Tom Sanderson, president and CEO of Transplace.
Samp had won only one of their six matches before a midweek victory over Crotone, but even though they have a 12-point gap to make up on leaders Torino they have lost just two matches this season while Brescia have not won in seven matches after a bright start.
Brescia (formally Mabel Freitas and born in Hudson) is a retired radiological technologist and worked for many years at Clinton Hospital before moving to the Cape.
He had only agreed to join Brescia after ripping up a contract he had signed with Argentinian side Independiente earlier this year.
But Brescia are set to make a firm offer to persuade Goram to sign for them in the next few days.
Defensive stalwart Marco Zambelli can help Giuseppe Scienza's team keep it tight and the only real concern is the fact Brescia have been drifting ever since the betting markets opened for this contest.
October 2004: Falls out with Brescia coach Gianni Di Biasi.
Brescia, promoted last year, lie 12th place in the top flight, but could still be sucked into the relegation play-offs.
ENDESA already sells electricity to industrial clients in Italia via Ergon Energia, a 50-50 joint venture with ASM Brescia, with a 2005 sales target of 6 TWh.
Recommendation Brescia 1pt 15-8 Victor Chandler TWEETS OF THE DAY Hurricane Irene is gone, let's play tennis again Boris Becker issues a rallying cry to the storm-hit East Coast of America And another thing, players' feet are very small these days.