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giusto

(ˈdʒuːstəʊ) music
adv
to be observed strictlyto be observed appropriately
adj
(Classical Music) (of a tempo)
a. exact; strict
b. suitable
[Italian: just, proper]
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It is no surprise that river logging came to the watershed soon after the California Gold Rush,' Giusti said.
Giusti riesce ad argomentare persuasivamente una tesi interpretativa che interessa ben dieci opere boccacciane: Caccia di Diana, Filostrato, Filocolo, Teseida, Commedia delle ninfe fiorentine, Amorosa visione, Ninfale fiesolano, Elegia di madonna Fiammetta, Corbaccio e Decameron.
By widening the constituent base of the oil sector you expand the economic activity in the country," says Giusti, now a consultant with the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, D.
The others were defender Julio Olarticoechea and midfielders Sergio Batista and Ricardo Giusti.
Postal Inspection Service has taken a leading role in combating crimes such as identity theft and child exploitation, Giusti says.
Annamaria Giusti, the curator of this exciting exhibition at Palazzo Strozzi in Florence, has given much thought to these and related questions.
1, 2007, quoted former PDVSA head Luis Giusti as saying a cartel of gas producers like OPEC, an idea floated by Algeria, Iran, Russia, Venezuela and others, remained a distant possibility due to the nature of the market.
Alessandro Giusti and his colleagues from the Polytechnic of Milan, who have developed a way to extract this data, has said that motion-blurred images contain far more information about a ball's trajectory than frozen ones.
Study leader Dr Monica Giusti, from Ohio State University in the US, said: "These foods contain many compounds, and we're just starting to figure out what they are and which ones provide the best benefits.
Dave joins DCN having previously spent over 25 years with T Giusti Ltd as Sales Manager.
org under the "collections" tab, is in its pilot phase, and according to Deborah-Ann Giusti, coordinator and cataloger of the projects, new artifacts will be added to the online database as soon as they are ready for public viewing.