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Italian violin maker in Cremona

a violin made by Nicolo Amati or a member of his family

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As we began considering our plans for expansion, we were able to reconnect with Craig Amato, a proven innovator and someone who is considered to be one of the founding fathers of expedited transportation.
The company stated that Amato holds over 30 years experience in the landscaping, grounds and property management industries.
Amato showed off the final design for the T-shirts, which read "Super Bowl Champion XLIX,'' with the trademark Patriots insignia over dark blue.
Ryan Amato Painting was selected based on a popular vote hosted by Lehigh Valley Style in which more than 2,000 Lehigh Valley residents were asked to nominate their top picks for local businesses in 113 categories, including Best Painting Contractor.
When Mr Amato got out of his vehicle to check it, Miller allegedly struck him to the face and body using a metal chain.
Referring to Eurosceptics who argue that Italy would be in a better position if it still had control over its monetary policy, Amato said: "Perhaps they are right, given the mess that we have made on the set up" of the euro.
Amato now provides beer consulting to pubs, restaurants and breweries.
We are looking at 2011 and 2112 with a lot of confidence," Di Amato said.
Salt is corrosive, and it is a metaphor for the sometimes corrosive experiences Joe Amato had in Syracuse as a younger man.
In his pioneering book on the potentials of local and regional history, Rethinking Home; A Case for Writing Local History (2002), Amato demonstrates the utility of studying the intersection of local and regional narratives with larger historical forces.
For help, the officer turned to George Amato, a conservation geneticist who studies natural history and endangered species.
The buyer of the Amato Opera theater building at 319 Bowery plans to find another theater to occupy the ground floor of the building, said James Famularo, senior executive managing director at Coldwell Banker Commercial Properties, who represented the buyer in the sale of the four-story building near Second Street.
This Tito Amato mystery will find an audience with any who enjoy historical mysteries.
Amato was selected by her peers to receive the Teacher of the Year Award, which is presented by CEC's Division on Visual Impairments (DVI).
Luciano is an orphaned street urchin who has been rescued from the streets by a chef, Amato Ferrero.