Fraccaro

Frac·ca·ro

(frah-kahr'ō),
Marco, 20th-century Italian ophthalmologist. See: Parenti-Fraccaro syndrome, Schmid-Fraccaro syndrome.
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David Fraccaro, a United Church of Christ minister.
HH the Amir and the accompanying delegation were seen off upon departure from Fiumicino Airport by the Minister for Parliamentary Relations and Direct Democracy Riccardo Fraccaro, Ambassador of Qatar to Italy HE Abdulaziz bin Ahmed al Malki, Ambassador of Italy to Qatar HE Pasquale Salzano and members of the Qatari Embassy.
He was welcomed upon arrival at the Fiumicino Airport by Minister for Parliamentary Relations and Direct Democracy Riccardo Fraccaro, Qatar's ambassador to Italy Abdulaziz bin Ahmed al-Malki, Italian ambassador Pasquale Salzano and members of the Qatari embassy and consulate.
"Nobody will be able to govern without the Five Star Movement," said senior party member Riccardo Fraccaro after the election.
Meanwhile senior 5-Star member Riccardo Fraccaro said nobody would be able to govern without his party."We will ...
"Nobody will be able to govern without the 5-Star Movement," said senior party member Riccardo Fraccaro. "We will assume the responsibility to build this government, but in a different way, talking with all the parties about what this country needs."
Executive Roundtable Editor David Reimer and colleague Sonja Meighan recently sat down with the CHRO of Mastercard, Michael Fraccaro, and three of his senior leaders to discuss their journey toward maximizing the potential of their talent at a critical inflection point for the company.
As a career, cyber security has been around for many years, but the need these kind of professionals has been amplified by the rise of the digital economy, said Michael Fraccaro, chief human resources officer at Mastercard who receives around 250,000 jobs applications from around the world every year.