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a small or moderate or token amount

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Starting in 2008, a year before founding GSS, Modica sat down with Brown, whose team coached him through starting his business, getting it certified in the Minority-Owned Business Enterprise Program and directed him to conventions of vendors and purchasing officers that laid the groundwork for his first major contracts.
I can see why Arturo Di Modica is upset -- I would be too if I paid for the bull that was then
He has launched online business Modica Beauty with his brother Gabriele and cousin Jules Piccotti, selling organic beauty products from Italy.
The nearby Marina di Modica also boasts an impressive nightlife, with numerous bars and restaurants and appeared to open to all, from families to youngsters looking for a decent night out.
Modica, who was already sitting in the chairman's seat, as the board's new chairman.
Despues, una grabacion exhibio al alcalde azul de Celaya, Ismael Perez Ordaz, a quien le pidieron una modica comision de 35 por ciento a cambio de allegarle dinero para obras determinadas.
In addition to the 22 Canadian graduates who secured spots in Canada, many Canadian graduates obtained US residency positions, said other medical school in the world," said Charles Modica, chancellor of St George's University.
St George's University was founded in 1976 by Charles and Louis Modica, Edward McGowan and Patrick Adams and has been an independent entity since then.
I was reading the label of an Italian mineral water originating from a Sicilian spring at Santa Maria Zappulla, near the town of Modica in the province of Ragusa, marketed primarily here on the island.
St George's University is putting a growing footprint on the African continent--an ambition of the University's founder and Chancellor, Charles Modica, who sees the process as reversing the damaging medical brain drain.
On the sidelines of Art Dubai, Italian-American sculptor Arturo Di Modica told Gulf News: "Work has started on the sculpture.
According to law sources, McGee's ex-husband Shane Modica received a call from an unknown person who claimed that McGee wanted to bump off both Bullock and Modica.
Dr Charles Modica launched St George's University on the island of Grenada 33 years ago.
Confessions of an Event Planner reveals the business world of Dena Marie Modica, Director of Sales and Marketing for Solera Restaurant and Event Center, via interviews and behind-the scenes footage.
Desde hace poco mas de una decada uno de los paseos favoritos de los regiomontanos consiste en acudir a La Juventud, una presa propiedad de la Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon, situada en el municipio de Marin (55 kilometros al norte de la capital del estado), donde tras pagar 20 pesos de entrada se puede disfrutar del espectaculo ofrecido por miles de aves migratorias y nativas que anidan en las decenas de islas que puntuan la superficie del embalse, hacer uso de asadores instalados a la sombra de frondosos sauces y mezquites o, bien, pescar bagres, lobinas o carpas, a condicion de pagar una modica cuota, variable segun la modalidad elegida para practicar el deporte.