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Pon`tee´


n.1.(Glass Making) An iron rod used by glass makers for manipulating the hot glass; - called also, puntil, puntel, punty, and ponty. See Fascet.
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Ponte alle Grazie--particularly interesting, mentioned by Dante.
com)-- Ponte, Lead Architect and Developer of VMC ORL, seeks extensive experience and a certain unparalleled focus when identifying Key Team Members for the development of the upcoming cutting edge facility in Downtown Orlando.
Before he worked for the world's wealthiest entrepreneurs or represented the city's most expensive listings, before he even closed on his first rental, Stan Ponte came to New York to be an actor.
Ponte is one of my favorite fabrics--it's super stable and easy to sew--but I wanted to dress it up a little with some high-end texture and metallic tones.
Contract award notice: Cadastre of the water supply and drainage networks of the municipality of ponte de lima.
Carla del Ponte, 70, who prosecuted war crimes in Rwanda and former Yugoslavia, told a panel discussion on the sidelines of the Locarno film festival she had already prepared her letter of resignation, said Swiss national news agency SDA.
El proyecto Ponte al 100 nunca paso de su fase piloto--en la que ni siquiera cumplio la mitad de sus objetivos--, costo una millonada, opero en medio de la opacidad, sirvio para promover a Coca-Cola y termino siendo "desincorporado" de la Conade .
GENEVA: Justice will catch up with Syrian President Bashar Assad even if he remains in power under a negotiated end to Syria's war, UN human rights investigator Carla del Ponte said on Monday.
Geneva, SANA-Former Swiss Chief Prosecutor Carla Del Ponte affirmed that President Bashar al-Assad is the only partner to reach a political solution to the crisis in Syria and end what is going on here.
Unbeaten in 12 and second in the Argentinian Premier Division, Lanus were excellent at Ponte Preta last week, doing what they felt was required, and they probably should have nicked a winner at the end.
Beirut: Carla del Ponte, a former Swiss attorney-general and prosecutor with the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, and currently the head of the United Nations Independent International Commission of Inquiry on Syria, told Swiss TV there were "strong, concrete suspicions but not yet incontrovertible proof" that chemical weapons were used in Syria.
Speaking recently to Swiss TV, Carla del Ponte, who serves on the UN Independent International Commission of Inquiry on Syria, said there were "strong, concrete suspicions but not yet incontrovertible proof" about the rebels use of sarin, adding that her "suspicions" were based on testimonies of victims.