Gela

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Ge·la

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A city of southern Sicily, Italy, on the Mediterranean Sea. Founded c. 688 bc by Greek colonists from Crete and Rhodes, it reached the height of its prosperity in the fifth century bc. The dramatist Aeschylus lived here.
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CGR Legal also advised the lenders on public law and real estate aspects with a multipractice team led by Helene Gelas and Philippe Jacques.
26min) won the gold while Bilisuma Shugi Gelas followed him to the finish line in 28: 58.
Led by executive chef Clement Gelas, the dishes and ingredients draw inspiration from the surrounding Wasatch Mountains to bring elements of nature into the restaurant by sourcing and foraging for local ingredients from the nearby mountain and serving dishes on natural stone and wood.