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Né·ri

(nā'rē),
Vincenzo, early 20th-century Italian neurologist. See: Néri sign.
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For Neri, building a culture that inspires and connects employees is vital to long-term success.
The result is a welcoming atmosphere that marries old and new, rawness and polish; a metaphorical punch bowl, says Neri, overflowing with a "melange of characters and conversation, a dash of conviviality and intrigue, and, of course, a sprinkling of that special secret ingredient."
DMV's Manny Valera, Neri's manager and one of the principal sponsors, told Yahoo Philippines over the phone that the bride asked for three signs to prove that Chito is Mr.
Prior to joining GfK in 2012, Neri was executive vice president at Vision Critical, where he established and led the New York office.
Compared to currently applied treatments, this new strategy has a series of advantages," said head of the research team professor Dario Neri to Kuwait News Agency (KUNA).Modern cancer therapeutics produced by biotechnological methods, often are based on antibodies.
Five defeats in their last eight games have piled pressure on coach Luigi Del Neri.
Juve manager Luigi De Neri made six changes for the clash at home to Lech Poznan a fortnight ago, and his team laboured to an unconvincing 3-3 draw.
And boss Luigi Del Neri has hinted that next week's game could come too soon for them.
Christopher Neri, Kevin Pacciano and Gary Harden have joined UBS' Jacksonville, Florida office last Wednesday.
New Juve boss Luigi Del Neri wants Gallas, 32, and is ready to meet the player's demands for a two-year deal worth pounds 80,000 a week.