Accardo


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Accardo

(Italian akˈkardo)
n
(Biography) Salvatore. born 1941, Italian violinist and conductor
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Greg Accardo, market president for the bank, said that the commercial bank space opened for business about two weeks ago.
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Postal Service Louisiana District Operations Programs Support Manager Keith Accardo in dedicating the stamp.
Among the first books and movies likely to come off the assembly line will be one about notorious Chicago crime bosses Tony "Big Tuna" Accardo and Sam "Momo" Giancana.
The Cyprus Youth Symphony Orchestra will perform with renowned violinist Salvatore Accardo at a concert in Nicosia next week.
Children who "toe-walk" are hindered and have difficulty performing gross motor skills (Barrow, Jaworski, & Accardo, 2011).
Abu Omar was kidnapped "exclusively" by CIA agents and "was never in the hands of the Italian authorities," Paolo Accardo, lawyer for the Italian government, told the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg.
He said that Glickman, a representative of Tony Accardo, the mob boss of Chicago, who had links to Frankie Carbo, told Ali's manager that if Ali beat Terrell, hed end up in a cement box.