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Gobbi

(Italian ˈɡɔbbi)
n
(Biography) Tito (ˈtiːto). 1915–84, Italian operatic baritone
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Gobbi is a specialist in infectious diseases at the Center for Tropical Diseases, Sacro Cuore Hospital, Verona, Italy.
Tito Gobbi (1913-84) as Figaro in "II Barbiere di Siviglia.
Wildenstein has been linked with a number of high-profile men in the past - European filmmaker Sergio Gobbi, Cyril Piguet, and Saudi arms dealer Adnan Khashoggi.
Hugo Gobbi served in Cyprus from 1980-1984 and suggested Morphou be returned to its original legal inhabitants.
Local player Hanson, meanwhile, had eased past Diego Gobbi, Daniel Poleshchuk and Eric Galvez to set up a mouth-watering final encounter with the 21-year-old Qatari.
In which artistic field did Tito Gobbi (1913-1984) become famous?
Gallo LH, Goncalves R, Gurjao ALD, Prado AKG, Ceccato M, Jambassi Filho JC, Gobbi S.
Assim, o exercicio fisico tem sido considerado o principal meio para a manutencao e desenvolvimento da aptidao funcional, tendo se mostrado efetivo em mulheres pos-menopausa (Zago e Gobbi, 2003; Barros, Oliveira e Oliveira Filho, 2011).
Lee Gobbi, creative director for Galileo Global Branding Group, Stamford, Conn.
Only sport and football can offer these stories," Parma captain Massimo Gobbi said.
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