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Moresco

(məˈrɛskəʊ)
n, adj
1. (Peoples) a variant of Morisco
2. (Dancing) a variant of Morisco
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InteriorPlus has completed high-profile hospitality projects in Europe, including Hotel Palazzo Parigi, Milan; Hotel Moresco, Venice; and Four Seasons, Moscow.
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From the PLUS D&0 Symposium in NYC, Ed Moresco, Allied World SVP and professional liability international product line manager, says D&O claims are no longer limited to the United States.
Wholly-owned by members of the Moresco family, it had a 2013 turnover of around €5.
Brennan's managers, Jessica Moresco and Al Onorato, said she died Sunday at home in Burbank after a battle with bladder cancer.
53) It is no accident that Maria fantasizes herself as a bereaved Moorish woman while Albert, upon his secret return home, disguises himself as a Moor, and that she attempts to moderate the hatred of the Moresco widow, Alhadra, for her Christian persecutors, just as Albert refuses Alhadra's invitation to lead the Morescoes in a vengeful revolution.
Despite being set over a short space of time (36 hours to be precise), Paul Haggis and co-writer Bobby Moresco are able to weave several stories together and also find the time to fully develop each character so that the audience can connect with all of them.
Ed Moresco, Senior Vice President, Bermuda and International Product Line Manager, Professional Liability, commented, "Expanding our primary capabilities within the Professional Lines book of business in Europe is a natural evolution of our global underwriting strategy as we currently write primary business in the United States, Bermuda and Asia.
The movie, which is to be directed by English filmmaker Michael Radford and is being written by Bobby Moresco and Nilo Cruz, will tell the story of Alina, who escaped Cuba as a Spanish tourist and later wrote her book detailing life in Cuba and under her father's rule.
These two receptors have important roles including regulating the release of other neurotransmitters such as dopamine and nor-epinephrine (Fuxe, Ferre, Genedani, Franco, & Agnati, 2007; Schiffmann, Fisone, Moresco, Cunha, & Ferre, 2007).