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a port city in northeastern Sicily on the Strait of Messina

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Messina began her career in investor relations for a high-tech PR agency and a global provider of analytical instruments and services.
Messina, a theologian and feminist scholar who teaches at Ursuline College, at times gets pulled off task by her dislike of President Donald Trump, seemingly forgetting in places that her thesis is to posit Christ's response to current events, not expound on her own.
Before Gregg Popovich, Ginobili played in Italy for Messina, and on Sunday he delivered a throwback performance for his old coach to save the Spurs' season.
'Everybody did a really great job as players, as people working in the organisation and as staff in trying to support each other and face this moment the way it should be faced as friends,' Messina said.
In addition, the company has named Jim Messina--CEO of The Messina Group, former deputy chief of staff in the Obama administration and President Obama's 2012 campaign manager--to its board of directors.
e-commerce pharmacy PillPack revealed on Wednesday the addition of Jim Messina as an independent director its board of directors as well as names Lawrence H.
MATT STEVENS | NYT Syndicate IN March 2007, Chris Messina was among the many in Austin, Texas, sending tweets from what was then a relatively obscure conference called South by Southwest.
( Read: "The Mindy Project" alum Chris Messina wants to return in Season 6
Nashville, TN, November 11, 2016 --( Country music superstar Jo Dee Messina announced the release of her Christmas single, "Noel," to Country and Christian radio and digital download platforms.
Chris Messina is the first one who introduced hashtags to the platform.
NEXT STOP, MESSINA. This is the gateway to Sicilly.
JLL has hired Joseph Messina as executive managing director of its New York Consulting/Advisory Group.
of acting as a front for Matteo Messina Denaro, the country's most
But the pleasures of well-observed characters and small epiphanies are undeniable, and "Alex of Venice," actor Chris Messina's directing debut, is amply supplied with both, thanks to Mary Elizabeth Winstead's extraordinary performance, which registers profound shocks with slight ripples rather than big emotions.