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pallone

(pəˈləʊneɪ)
n
(Games, other than specified) an Italian ball game
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Noun1.pallone - an Italian game similar to tennis
court game - an athletic game played on a court
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Their pricing model fits well within our customers' price point," said Bob Palloni, Chief Operations Officer, Skyware Hospitality Solutions.
The potential reasons for this paradox include the following: cultural factors, family dynamics, and social support (LeClere, Rogers, and Peters 1997; Palloni and Arias 2004); data reporting and data collection problems (Elo and Preston 1997; Rosenberg et al.
Giorgio: la manutenzione di quel povero campo dalle reti consumate delle porte, dalle buche profonde al punto tale da creare, in caso di pioggia, pozzanghere dalle dimensioni di qualche metro di diametro, di pali della porta quasi piegati da tutti quei palloni .
With dramatic language, Palloni and Morenoff proclaimed that the paradox "crumbles" and "fizzles" because of the reckless construction of un-theorized variables such as ethnicity or the lack of inclusion of the social selection process of immigration, which they claimed is the sign of "lazy researchers.
Well, Palloni is married to Dubliner Pat and became an Irish citizen in 2003.
The forest that covered between 68% and 78% of the national territory in 1940 covered only 17% in 1983 (Keogh 1984, and Sader and Joyce 1988 in Rosero Bixby and Palloni 1998, 134).
Sento che vi si fa un calcio di otto dame e sedici uomini per banda e hanno mandato qui per i palloni.