Cuneo


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Cuneo

(Italian ˈkuːneo)
n
(Placename) a city in NW Italy, in Piedmont. Pop: 52 334 (2001)
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A new throw rug, for example, "can change the personality of a room," Cuneo said.
of Wisconsin) and Cuneo (philosophy, Calvin College) prepare a collection of 38 readings in metaethics, divided by issues of ontology of morality and problems.
This painting of trains at a Birmingham depot by renowned industrial artist Terence Cuneo is set to be auctioned for at least pounds 20,000 tomorrow.
I am very proud of all the good people, from Donald Trump to members of my own office, who helped make this event a success," said Greg Cuneo, chairman of HRH Construction.
Michael Cuneo, a Fordham University professor, recounts in his sporadically engrossing new book Almost Midnight how Mease became a murderer and discusses his trial and the pope's appeal that saved his life.
In 1965, he joined the Packaging Ink Corporation, where he was technical director until 1968, when he and his wife, Patricia, both went to Cuneo Press, a Chicago-based publication printer.
Overwhelmingly, seers are pretty humble people of modest means" who intend for their private revelations to be publicly consumed, Cuneo says.
Cuneo argues persuasively that it must have been the Wittelsbach duke of Bavaria, Wilhelm IV (despised by Breu as both arrogant and cruel) who commissioned Breu's woodcut series commemorating the entry of Charles V into Augsburg to open the critical Diet of 1530.
A symbolic gesture soon after Garrett Cuneo started as executive vice president of the American Chiropractic Association (ACA), Rosslyn, Virginia, set the tone for the changes he would cultivate.
Cuneo points to the irony that many of these splinter groups, seeking shelter from the corrosions of American life, are actually reliving one of the most familiar patterns in American religious history.
They are not conspiratorial, and their publications are not samizdat; the proliferation of high-quality magazines, such as First Things, Crisis, New Oxford Review (and don't forget Catholic Insight), to name only a few, is a very important recent phenomenon, and Cuneo ignores their existence.
Branch manager Nicholas Cuneo allegedly created a special basement room in the style of a college fraternity, with a toilet bowl hanging from the ceiling.