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the trademark for a machine that smooths the ice in an ice-skating rink

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Then they use the Zamboni to spray layers of water on top.
After earning a Swiss Diploma in Hotel Management in Greece and a Bachelor of Arts in Hospitality Management in the UK, Zamboni went on to work in F&B in Corfu and Rhodes in Greece, followed by positions at Rotana and has been with Radisson brand since 2012.
As Zamboni explains, even when a particular episode might be tackling
Hazardous drug contamination is very difficult to clean up because it will not all dissolve in the same solution," explains Zamboni, associate professor at the School of Pharmacology and member of the Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center.
One of the more unusual budget transfers approved by the City Council Tuesday night was for $103,921 for the purchase of a new Zamboni for the DCU Center.
The oddball incident is not the first of its kind as a Minnesota man pleaded guilty in May 2012 to driving a Zamboni drunk.
The doodle marks what would have been the 112th birthday of American inventor and entrepreneur Frank Zamboni.
Other MCCC professors in the show include Patrick Aulleto, Michael Dalton, Sandra Davis, Yevgeniy Fiks, Tina LaPlaca, Mel Leipzig, Lucas Kelly, Terri McNichol, Mircea Popescu, Ailyn Ports-Lopez, Dennis Santella, Leonid Siveriver, Kyle Stevenson, Sarah Sweeney, Richard Thompson; Michael Welliver, and Nancy Zamboni.
Rick Curran is a hockey agent, Patrick Reynolds is a race-car mechanic, Jimmy MacNeil is a Zamboni driver and Mary Ormsby is one of the rare female sports journalists.
And he was a Zamboni driver at his local community's hockey arena.
Atlanta Thrashers' mascot Thrash stole a Zamboni in attempts to draw the type attention the team deserves for its hot start.
The treatment, developed by Professor Paolo Zamboni from the University of Bologna in Italy, expands veins in the upper chest and neck, improving blood flow to the brain.
The issue stimulating the most discussion and controversy was the proposal of Dr Zamboni from Italy that multiple sclerosis (MS) may be caused by impaired venous drainage from the brain and spinal cord due to partial obstruction to venous flow in the neck and chest--so-called chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency (CCSVI).
Pioneered by Italian doctor Paolo Zamboni, the procedure involves unblocking veins in the neck of multiple sclerosis patients using angioplasty to restore blood flow.