volpino

volpino

(vɒlˈpiːnəʊ)
n
(Breeds) an Italian breed of dog
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Cangemi V Volpino P Gentili S Giuliani A Di Martino M Cangemi R et al.
Volpino P, Tomei F, La Valle C, Tomao E, Rosati MV, Ciarrocca M, et al.
Note: My sincere apologies to Paul Volpino, whose name was misspelled in Joel Shoemaker's interview Nine Authors Talk About Intellectual Freedom in the June issue.
Fiori E, Lamazza A, De Cesare A, Bononi M, Volpino P, Schillaci A.
30) La Cassaria focuses on two young men, Erofilo and Caridoro, who enlist their servants, Volpino and Fulcio, to rescue their loves from an avaricious pimp.
Arriving home to find his casket missing, he is urged by Volpino to summon the governor to retrieve it.
The oil painting, entitled A Volpino Italiano and Other Dogs in an Interior, will be auctioned at Bonham's in New York next Tuesday.
Yvonne Barclay made a sparkling Grilletta, although her words were not always clear, a characteristic shared by Jacqueline Varsey's Volpino, the original castrato role.
Habia nacido en Costa Volpino (Bergamo) en 1872, hijo de Francesco y Felicita y fallecio en San Jose en 1920.
DMV produces a wide range of seamless stainless steel, nickel alloy tubes and pipes from four locations worldwide (Remscheid Germany, Montbard France, Costa Volpino Italy and Houston, USA).
Fiori E, Lamazza A, Volpino P, Burza A, Paparelli C, Cavallaro G, Schillaci A, Cangemi V.
Costa Volpino 2014/2015-2015/2016-2016/2017 school years.