finocchio


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Synonyms for finocchio

aromatic bulbous stem base eaten cooked or raw in salads

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According to NVE's Finocchio, there are a number of opportunities throughout stores to display energy and functional shots.
Sin embargo los avatares institucionales llevaron a que estas importantes experiencias carecieran de continuidad (Barba, 1998 y Finocchio, 2001).
En la lista estan los estadounidenses MarckChernick y Jane Rausch, el italiano Antonio Annino, el espanol Jose Maria Portillo, el frances Jacques Aprile, el peruano Hugo Cabieses y la argentina Silvia Finocchio.
Provider of semiconductor solutions for wired and wireless communications Broadcom Corporation (NASDAQ:BRCM) on Wednesday announced that it has appointed Robert Finocchio Jr to its board of directors.
Bleacher Report is powered by our strong contributor base and we're constantly looking at ways to improve the experience for our writers and readers," said Dave Finocchio, Co-Founder and Vice President of Content and Product at Bleacher Report.
Finocchio says sampling would be difficult because the shots are two ounces and retail for about two dollars.
Fennel, also called sweet anise or finocchio, is crunchy and has a lovely anisey flavor.
In juxtaposition to WHO activities, many countries have produced their own reports and funded research emphasizing the need for improved teamwork among healthcare professionals with corresponding changes in the education system (Department of Health [DoH], 1997, 2000a, 2000b; Finocchio, Dower, McMahon, Gragnola, & The Task Force on Healthcare Workforce Regulation, 1995; O'Neil & The Pew Health Professions Commission, 1998; Romanow, 2002; Shortell, 2000; Shugars, O'Neil, & Bader, 1991).
These slurs include: pansy, panz, fruit, fruitcake, and finocchio (Italian for fennel and the name of a decades-old Sausalito transvestite bar).
Cost and availability were the keys as we looked towards creating this new pump drive line," said Sam Finocchio, Durst's engineering project manager.
Community health workers were also not mentioned in the paper, though they have been employed for over 30 years by federally qualified health centers (FQHCs) (Witmer, Seifer, Finocchio, et al.
La ensenanza de las ciencias sociales constituye un problema socio--politico antes que nada",afirma Finocchio (1993).