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Gigli

(Italian ˈdʒiʎði)
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(Biography) Beniamino (benjaˈmiːno). 1890–1957, Italian operatic tenor
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We performed the usual burial service, and he is at his rest, sewn up in his hammock with a thirty-six pound shot at his head and his heels, off El Giglio island.
The dead Dorotea Giglio serves as the narrator of this surprising and beautiful novel after she slashes her wrists in a bathtub in the very first paragraph of the book.
Giglio Group, global multimedia and TV network have announced the acquisition of the totality of M-Three SatCom Srl (M-Three), an Italian company active in the supply of high-end services and solutions for the radio and TV broadcasting industry.
Bryant and Giglio explore the collision between two types of media--video games and movies, linear narrative and interactive narrative.
The collaborative work of video game writing experts Robert Bryant and Keith Giglio, "Slay the Dragon: Writing Great Video Games" will enable even the most novice of aspiring video game writers to understand the challenges and offer creative solutions to writing for a medium where the audience not only demands a great story, but to be a driving force within it.
com site with a few dedicated pages to address standard franchise questions, said Freedom Boat Club President and CEO John Giglio.
He took the 290m vessel too close to shore and it struck rocks off the island of Giglio.
Francesco Schettino, 52, said he was trying to "kill three birds with one stone" when he steered the cruise ship close to Giglio, an island off west Italy, two years ago.
In her new novel, "Short Bus Hero," author Shannon Giglio turns the tables and paints a heart-rending portrait of a young woman who wants nothing more than to help her fallen hero get back into the ring after his organization lets him go.
Summer camp can be a unique combination of recreation and theater learning: Just ask 18-year-old Amanda Giglio and 15-year-old Rachel Sachs.
Refloated Italian cruise ship Costa Concordia has embarked on its final voyage as it rolled out of the port of Giglio for the very last time.
Giglio Island, Italy - Italy's once-luxurious Costa Concordia cruise liner embarked on its last voyage on Wednesday, as tug boats began towing it from island wreck site to scrapyard grave in one of the biggest salvage operations in maritime history.