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Novello

(nəˈvɛləʊ)
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(Biography) Ivor, real name Ivor Novello Davies. 1893–1951, Welsh actor, composer, songwriter, and dramatist
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After touring Sierra Nevada foothills vineyards in El Dorado and Amador counties and sharing information with growers about viticultural practices for Italian wine grape varieties, professor Vittorino Novello of the University of Turin, Italy, suggested seven Italian varieties for growers to try that he believes offer potential for quality production in California.
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The famed stargazer will be joined by two of Wales' hottest musical talents who will be performing in the West End in honour of Wales' finest composer, Ivor Novello.
FORMER Orange Juice singer Edwyn Collins is set to join the songwriting elite by accepting an Ivor Novello award.
Italian wine producer Cavit has released a 2006 vintage for its Novello brand, which it believes offers the UK market a perfect example of a fresh and young style of wine from the region.
But Northam's character, entertaining himself at the piano, the object of every servant girl's adoration, is a portrayal of a real English heartthrob, Ivor Novello.
This survey begins when Alfred Novello took on the company from his father, who had founded it, and the survey ends when Alfred totally severed his link with the company.
Carmela Novello, general manager of The Travel Masters Ltd.
We have also satisfactorily resolved all pending legal enforcement actions against the hospital," Novello said.
But Ivor Novello was in fact a real-life swell, the kind Cole Porter loved to write about: the smoking jacket--clad, martini-drinking bachelor-about-town.