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Answering Corvina were US film actor Bashar Atiyat of Jordanian background, Egyptian actor Khaled Abol Naga, French producer Guillaume de Seille and Egyptian producer working in Europe Mohammed Hefzi.
Adult Gulf corvina are carnivorous, feeding on benthic crustaceans, mollusks, and schooling fishes such as anchovies and sardines (Roman-Rodriguez 2000).
The company produced 2,845 barrels of oil per day (bpd) from its Corvina and Albacora fields in the third quarter of 2012, compared to 3,490 bpd in the same period last year.
The systems will be installed for the Congro and Corvina fields, located offshore Brazil in the Campos Basin.
Roast Corvina with Puree of Carrot, Ginger, Basil and Lemon Air
In addition, the Company is awaiting a decision from the Ministry regarding its previously submitted application for EWT permits for the six wells located in its Corvina field.
Oil supplied under the contract will be delivered from the company's Corvina field to the state-owned Talara refinery.
Amarone is a rich, dark, intense style of wine, made in northern Italy from partially dried black, Corvina, grapes.
91 per cent stake of NETeller through his investment vehicle Corvina, while Mr Lefebvre has 5.
As well as the usual fajitas, tortillas and enchilladas there's a selection of regional specialities like corvina rellenos (sea bass served with grilled vegetables and sweet potato) and Puerto Rican paellas.
The list includes dorado, sierra, several varieties of tuna, mackerel, jacks, rooster fish and corvina.
After a valuable introduction by the editor the contributors look at the libraries of ancient Mesopotamia, Aristotle's own 'library', the fifteenth century astronomer, Regiomontanus' library, the Corvina and Royal Hungarian Archives, Duke Humfrey's Library (although this is really concerned with the origins of the library, not its dissolution), England's and Austria's monastic collections destroyed by 'reforming' sovereigns, various libraries of members of the Hanoverian dynasty (excluding George III), French libraries destroyed by the Revolution, diocesan libraries in the Irish Church, Jewish libraries in Vilna and Frankfurt, China's Roosevelt Library, libraries in Tibet and book burning in films.
Distribucion, crecimiento y maduracion sexual de la corvina juvenil (Micropogonias furnieri) en el estuario de la "Lagoa Dos Patos," Brasil.
With the Pacific Ocean to the south and the Caribbean Sea to the north, seafood, from corvina (sea bass) to squid, lobster or crab, graces the menu in most Panama restaurants.
Art and Society in the Age of Stalin, Budapest: Corvina, 1992, p.
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