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Vincenzo, early 20th-century Italian neurologist. See: Néri sign.
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Fiona said Nero had suddenly become unwell, adding: "The vet said he had ruptured something in his spine but he had been totally fine before that."
As alternatives to violent and often fatal gladiator combats, Nero also introduced competitions in the fields of poetry, theater, and athletics.
Although Sri Lanka is still at the infant stage in the gaming industry, Arimac had invested more than LKR 30 million on Nero, with the hope of making Sri Lanka a global hotspot for gaming.
Critique: An impressive work of impeccable scholarship, "Nero: Emperor and Court" is enhanced for academia with the inclusion of figures, tables, a twelve page listing of References, and a fifteen page Index.
Nero overperformed in Manchester, Leeds, Glasgow, Belfast, Newcastle, Bristol and Nottingham.
It latest business plan is based on opening around 10 new venues a year, which could now be accelerated with Caffe Nero's backing.
"As ongoing significant shareholders in the business, we look forward to seeing Coffee#1 continue to grow and prosper within the Caffe Nero family over the coming years."
Chaplin, Nero and Republican incumbent Peter DiCianni are vying for two seats on the county board representing District 2, which includes portions of Addison, Clarendon Hills, Downers Grove, Elmhurst, Hinsdale, Lisle, Lombard, Naperville, Oak Brook, Oakbrook Terrace, Villa Park, Westmont and Woodridge.
Despite the fact that Nero was willing to pay its reasonable value or to swap a portion of his property, William refused.
"The thought of not hearing Nero's muffled whimpers and him being trapped there and eventually dying absolutely tears me apart.
Nero was last seen on February 4, when he and his owners took part in a mass dog walk at Strathclyde Country Park in Motherwell.