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Italian violin maker in Cremona

a violin made by Nicolo Amati or a member of his family

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Pia Wurtzbach is shining in the Amato beaded dress.
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It is a tradition for the Amato brand to close the bi-annual Fashion Forward event in Dubai and trend followers queued to get a glimpse of his 36-piece collection.
was established in 1981, and Amato purchased the company in 2013 after the passing of the founder.
Electronic instruments company AMETEK Inc (NYSE:AME) said on Tuesday that its board of directors has elected Thomas Amato as its new director.
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The company stated that Amato holds over 30 years experience in the landscaping, grounds and property management industries.
Step into the sun-filled Santa Monica office of HBO Films president Len Amato, and you get an immediate sense of the man: a filmmaker, a music lover, a father.
Enrico Amato, who is in his 60s, was the victim of the alleged attack on December 16.
Two-times prime minister Giuliano Amato said it was now too late to leave the project, adding that Italy should work with partners on fixing fundamental shortcomings in the eurozone.
Connecticut-based news website the Valley Independent Sentinel has reported that Connecticut Post reporter Anne Amato is suing her employer, alleging age discrimination and seeking compensatory and punitive damages in excess of $15,000.
Mirella Amato of Toronto, Canada, has received certification as a Master Cicerone, one of only six people to earn this level of certification, and the first person outside the U.