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Noun1.Guarnieri - Italian violin maker and grandson of Andrea Guarneri (1687?-1745)Guarnieri - Italian violin maker and grandson of Andrea Guarneri (1687?-1745)
2.Guarnieri - founder of a family of Italian violin makers (1626?-1698)Guarnieri - founder of a family of Italian violin makers (1626?-1698)
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These caveats make it unclear to what extent the Court envisioned Guarnieri, and the doctrinal transposition of speech frameworks generally, as the rule rather than the exception.
In addition to protecting the works of the most famous composers such as Heitor Villa-Lobos or Camargo Guarnieri, by encouraging publishers holding the rights to improve the quality of performance materials, Criadores do Brasil also supports research into lesser known composers.
An Irish-bred daughter of Dr Fong, who is a sister to the 2006 Italian 2,000 Guineas third Adorabile Fong, Aoife Alainn continued the resurgence of trainer Maurizio Guarnieri, who had suffered a couple of virus-hit campaigns after moving to Pisa.
John Guarnieri, Associate Chief Counsel; Ruth Spadaro, Associate Chief Counsel; John Gilbert Sr.
Silvio Guarnieri starts his book L'ultimo testimone with an article on Montale that in turn sets the tone for the entire volume: "Ho conosciuto Montale nel dicembre del 1930, al caffe delle <<Giubbe Rosse>> di piazza Vittorio a Firenze.
It also disrupts farming and other jobs, and prevents children attending school, Guarnieri said.
Among the seventy-one items is the manuscript of Villa Lobos's Rudepoema, which was dedicated to Rubinstein, as well as autographs of works by Carmago Guarnieri and Germaine Tailleferre.
SOCES 2, Central City Value 1: Israel Sandoval and Luciano Guarnieri each scored to lead host SOCES (10-3-2) of Reseda to a victory against Central City Value of Los Angeles.
tonight What: Accompanied by piano, Jette sings music by Andres Sas (Peru), Alberto Nepomuceno and Camargo Guarnieri (Brazil), Isabel Aretz (Venezuela) and Carlos Guastavino (Argentina)
The seventh in the "Books of Remembrance" in the Parliament Peace Tower was dedicated, appropriately, November 11th by a distinguished group including Governor General Michaelle Jean, Prime Minister Paul Martin, and Veterans Affairs Minister Albina Guarnieri.
The causative agent of smallpox was not visualized microscopically until 1887, when Buist first observed small clumps of virus particles now called Guarnieri bodies in infected tissues.
Cullen, Roy (L-Etobicoke North) NO DeVillers, Paul (L--Simcoe North) YES Fontana, Joe (L--London North Centre) YES Guarnieri, Albina (L--Mississauga E) YES Ianno, Tony (L--Trinity-Spadina) YES Lastewka, Walt (L--St.