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1 conto equals 1,000 escudos in Portugal

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In the current economic climate, this additional data may prove valuable when re-evaluating your business model, Conti said.
How soon Conti actually resumed his court obligations remains known," p.
If no petitions are filed, Conti will become chair-elect for 2000-2001.
Yet Conti gives us more; his study provides a clear alternative to traditional theistic metaphysics and to process thought.
Two successes in the King George VI Chase at Kempton Park back that view, and Silviniaco Conti made a pleasing return to the fray at the Sunbury course when second over hurdles at the beginning of the month.
Monkey is so inextricably linked with Conti now that it would be criminal for him not to appear.
The recently retired Conti started his business in 1962 with a single cigarette vending machine, and his early years were marked by working out of his garage and making deliveries in his 1949 Chevrolet.
Things weren't going well (on the day), but Conti got us out of trouble.
The champion trainer has all bases covered with Silviniaco Conti, a proven soft ground performer with stamina to match, the speedier Al Ferof and Wonderful Charm, a specialist in quicker conditions.
Bernard Francis Conti, 86Webster - Bernard Francis Conti 86, of Webster Massachusetts passed peacefully at home surrounded by his loved ones on November 25, 2014 succumbing to his fifth battle with Cancer.
Canadian Solar" or the "Company") (NASDAQ: CSIQ), one of the world's largest solar power companies, today announced that it supplied Conti / SunDurance with 10 MW of solar modules during the third quarter of 2014.
Conti Protect warning systems protect conveyor belt systems from major damage, thereby making an important contribution to increasing operational safety, thanks to a reduction in damage-related idle times.
The look-alike, Vladimir Palomo, called up Brazil's most famous journalist, the highlyrespected Mario Sergio Conti, and offered to meet him for an interview in Sao Paulo.