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Cia·no

 (chä′nō), Conte Galeazzo 1903-1944.
Italian fascist politician. Married (1930) to the daughter of Benito Mussolini, he urged Italy to join the Axis powers in World War II but later favored a separate peace with the Allies. Among those who called for Mussolini's resignation, he was tried for treason and executed on Mussolini's orders.

Ciano

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(Biography) Galeazzo, full name Conte Galeazzo Ciano di Cortellazzo. 1903–44, Italian fascist politician; minister of foreign affairs (1936–43) and son-in-law of Mussolini, whose supporters shot him
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which Tito Fran attributed to the daily baths Lolo Ciano would take in a gurgling spring beneath his house that flowed directly from Mount Makiling.
Domenico Ciano, technical director, Raimondi Cranes, explains that the equilateral triangular jib design is a result of the company's aim to achieve structural optimisation in heavy lifting machinery and how its envisions its luffing cranes meeting the emerging needs of its customers.
Raimondi's technical director, Domenico Ciano, will be onsite for the duration of the event to meet with new and existing clients, and to discuss the company's engineering advancements and innovative applications of technology to our products.
A forensic audit by KPMG established that Mr Ciano and his wife were among Uchumi's largest vegetable suppliers, meaning he operated in an environment of conflict of interest.
A case in point is that of Elihon and Glad Mark Limited owned by Jane Waithera Ciano, wife to the then Uchumi Supermarket managing director was allowed to supply to the retailer.
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He had often expressed his admiration for the British Empire to his generals, to Fascist Italian leaders Galeazzo Ciano and Benito Mussolini, and to many others.
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Nor is it what Mussolini's son in law Count Ciano said: "Victory had many fathers.
Cuando Ciano se confabulo contra su suegro, escapo a Alemania, de donde Hitler lo devolvio a la efimera Republica de Salo.
Ciano, a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, and her colleagues used data from the large, longitudinal Study of Women's Health Across the Nation (SWAN) to ascertain insomnia's prevalence in perimenopausal and surgically menopausal women.