berretta


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berretta

(bɪˈrɛtə)
n
(Roman Catholic Church) a variant spelling of biretta
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Noun1.berretta - a stiff cap with ridges across the crownberretta - a stiff cap with ridges across the crown; worn by Roman Catholic clergy
cap - a tight-fitting headdress
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He said items found inside the car include: one rocket-propelled grenade without the launcher and one berretta pistol N0.
to date, and the Brookfield team has been an excellent partner in our rapid expansion," said Michael Berretta, Vice President of Network Development, Americas at Spaces.
Carlos dela Cuesta, Negros Oriental deputy provincial director for operations, said at least 60 NPA rebels who took part in the ambush also took away one 9mm Berretta, four 9mm Glock pistols, one .
It is a slightly compact version of the design (hence the name), but this is still a sizable pistol as the full-size Berretta is a big gun.
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They recovered from the suspect a pistol and berretta gun which, data showed, were issued to two police officers who figured in previous shooting incidents in North Cotabato.
Em relacao a area da saude, gestores tem percebido que podem gerenciar melhor suas atividades se tiverem um planejamento definido (Jesus, 2006, Berretta, Lacerda, & Calvo, 2011), visto que a area da saude, alem de prioritaria, possui uma complexidade de riscos que podem afetar a qualidade do servico.
We definitely believe there will be material reallocation away from prime institutional money funds," said Fred Berretta, head of the Global Liquidity Investment Solutions team at Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
Customer Stephen Reid, a former soldier, said the weapon looked like a Berretta but he couldn't tell if it was real or a fake.
GABA alterations in the hippocampus have been implicated in both schizophrenia and bipolar disorder (Benes and Berretta 2001).
Bruno Berretta, Senior Research Analyst for EMEA at Colliers International, said, "Spain has also seen a pleasing revival in transactions as investors widen their focus to retail and development opportunities.