Cannizzaro


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Can·niz·za·ro

(kahn-i-tsah'rō),
Stanislao, Italian chemist, 1826-1910. See: Cannizzaro reaction.
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Senator Nicole Cannizzaro (D) was elected unanimously to replace Kelvin Atkinson (D) as majority leader, following Atkinson's resignation.
It also included Alessandro Cannizzaro, an Italian who has lived in the Raleigh area legally since 2000.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Peter and Alice (nee Cannizzaro) Pumo; and his loving wife, Alice (nee Fuller) Pumo.
Mucia M, Salvago P, Brancato A, Cannizzaro C, Cannizzaro E, Galliana S, et al.
Plumbing was a part of Jessie Cannizzaro's life from the day she was born, but she was certain, even at an early age, that she wasn't going to have a career in the trade.
(38.) Chiricozzi A, Saraceno R, Cannizzaro MV, Nistico S P, Chimenti S, Giunta A.
The report was commissioned by the United Way of York County and conducted by Vinny Cannizzaro, public policy fellow at the Arthur J.
Lawyers for the New Orleans district attorney's office asked a federal judge Wednesday to dismiss a lawsuit claiming they illegally intimidate uncooperative witnesses including crime victims with fake or wrongfully obtained subpoenas and jail time.<br />The lawsuit sought unspecified damages from District Attorney Leon Cannizzaro's office.