Gallo


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Gal·lo

(găl′ō), Robert Charles Born 1937.
American virologist who was one of the first to identify the virus that causes AIDS and to develop a test for it.
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The Gallo portfolio comprises more than 90 unique brands, including Barefoot Cellars, Dark Horse and Gallo Family Vineyards, as well as the premium box wines The Naked Grape and Vin Vault.
Gallo, founded by brothers Ernest and Julio Gallo in 1933 here in Modesto, has more than 80 brands, including Barefoot Cellars, Dark Horse, Gallo Family Vineyards, and such premium offerings as Apothic and Carnivor.
He tried to resolve it by going through Facebook's normal channels," Joe Costa, a lawyer in Los Angeles who represents Gallo, told International Business Times.
Gallo imports and markets wine from Argentina, Australia, Italy, New Zealand and Spain.
By acquiring The Ranch facility, Gallo triples its crush capacity in Napa County and becomes one of the largest producers in Napa Valley.
When the Guardians come to bat and Gallo steps in, few pitches get by her.
Gallo was also convicted of qualified theft, theft, illegal possession of firearms and frustrated murder for which he was meted out 55 years' imprisonment, according to Supt.
McEwen and its engineering contractors are conducting ongoing studies to reduce the estimated capital expenditures associated with El Gallo 2.
El Gallo 2 is comprised of several mineral deposits (Chapotillo, CSX, El Gallo, Haciendita, Las Milpas, Los Mautos, Mina Grande, Palmarito and San Jose Del Alamo) that are located outside of the El Gallo 1 mine.
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After the notoriously hostile reception to "The Brown Bunny" at Cannes in 2003, multihyphenate Vincent Gallo has waited a long time to helm another feature.