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cave

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a hollow beneath the earth's surface

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a small cave (usually with attractive features)

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There's a vast amount of potential in commercial vehicles," Grotti said, adding that approximately 32 percent of the special application unit's sales today fall into the agriculture market.
While earth-moving machinery may represent a more smaller-volume market than mainstream OEM applications, it's one that continues to grow and offer great opportunities for systems suppliers, especially in the area of air conditioning," said Roberto Grotti, chief engineer, Delphi Diavia Special Applications unit.
Antonio Farina, [1,2,3] * Nicola Rizzo, [2] Manuela Concu, [1] Irina Banzola, [1] Akihiko Sekizawa, [3] Silvia Grotti, [2] and Paolo Carinci [1]
Delphi Diavia chief engineer Roberto Grotti noted that the 360 posed special challenges associated with meeting the automaker's requirements for a car that red-lines at 8500 rpm.
In warm weather months the best places of all to sample the local specialities are the grotti (grottoes) usually tucked away in a leafy glade and consisting of a kitchen and adjoining gardens with granite tables and a few picnic benches, simple rustic settings for solid fare headed by home made air dried sausages like salami and mortadella prosciut to crudo raw ham, roast beef with fried potatoes and salad, rabbit stew and a choice of bread and creamy cheese.
Four new vehicles (3 cars, 1 plane) have been added to their respective dealers: Grotti Turismo R, Dinka Jester, Albany Alpha, and Buckingham Vestra
Vanessa Elisa Grotti focuses on the creation of bodies and conceptions of being human among the Trio of Suriname, for whom Christianity is regarded primarily as a system of practices that alters the nature of human beings and the ways in which humans relate to one another.