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(sō-ah'vā),
F., 20th-century Italian pediatric surgeon. See: Soave operation.
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Despite their eclecticism and sporadic mutual enmity, Soave argues, the array of radical movements asserting themselves since Trump's election share a core set of themes, apart from which we fundamentally can't understand them.
Patients in the observation group were treated by laparoscopic modified Soave operation according to the following procedures.
The main grape variety in Soave white wines is garganega and it brings notes of almond, white flowers and lemon.
Working in the non-profit world is a transition Soave is looking forward to.
"This is clearly a case of Mears going for the cheapest option," Soave added.
Made with the thick-skinned Garganega grape, there are rich, fruit forward wines from this part of the world that still struggle to some extent with the fact Soave has a wee bit of an image problem.
For an older generation of wine drinkers, the reputation of Soave was sullied by an ocean of thin, cheap plonk shipped to the U.S.
During "Soave sia il vento," a female super handed toy sailboats to Fiordiligi and Dorabella, who then let them float in the pool.
Inama Soave Classico 2010 - A flavorful white from the land of Romeo and Juliet with lively layers of white stone fruit and a lingering bouquet of wildflowers.
Soave Equation 1 Mg-[V.sub.0.025] 5.64% -[Ni.sub.0.05] Alloy 40 h milled 2 Mg-[V.sub.0.05] 5.82% -[Ni.sub.0.05] Alloy 40 h milled Table 2: Maximum deviations observed in the hydrogen desorption capacity of the two hydride alloys investigated, due to departures from ideality Sr.
Laura Soave, head of Fiat Brand North America, said, 'We now have more than 100 open Fiat Studios across the United States.'
When Anheuser-Busch went into partnership with Soave Enterprises, AnheuserBusch had one distributor, and Soave had three.