Ruffini


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Ruf·fi·ni

(rū-fē'nē),
Angelo, Italian histologist, 1864-1929. See: Ruffini corpuscles, flower-spray organ of Ruffini.
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In 2003, Remo Ruffini took over the company and is now its CEO.
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Sherri Ruffini also has been hired as senior strategic sales director.
If you are asking for a realistic rate based on the job, your skills and the market, "it makes no sense to back down" from that rate, says John Ruffini, vice president of professional development with HealthTrust Workforce Solutions.
Other notable appointments include Sherri Ruffini who was hired as WWP's newest senior strategic sales director.
During a press conference at the iconic Corniche, also attended by FINA Technical Delegate John West, alongside Olympic gold medallist Sharon van Rouwendaal (the Netherlands) and Simone Ruffini (Italy), QSA President and FINA Bureau Member Khaleel al Jabir said, "I would like to welcome all the swimmers for the FINA Marathon, we are holding the event for the second time and I am happy the number has increased compared to the last time.
QSA President Khaleel al-Jabir (second left), FINA Technical Delegate John West (second right), the Netherlands' swimmer Sharon Van Rouwendaal (left) and Simone Ruffini of Italy pose after a press conference yesterday.
It was distributed by the Prefect of the Dicastery for Communication, Paolo Ruffini,
The resignations of American Greg Burke and Spaniard Paloma Garcia Ovejero seemed to catch their supervisor, Italian Paolo Ruffini, by surprise.
A new working paper by Nora Gordon and Krista Ruffini suggests that it might.
Karen Ruffini, a journalist for (https://www.elitedaily.com/p/are-princess-eugenie-kate-middleton-friends-heres-what-we-know-about-their-relationship-12160325) Elite Daily , said that based on the information she has gathered, she thinks that Middleton and Princess Eugenie are quite friendly towards each other.
Cardinal Ernesto Ruffini, who was archbishop of Palermo from 1945-1967, denied the Mafia's existence, considering communism the Church's biggest threat.