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albergo

(ælˈbɜːɡəʊ)
n
(in Italy) a corporation of noble families typically formed to enable the success of business ventures
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My bedroom at the Albergo Centrale was fastened in this way.
Both are on display at Albergo Hotel, where the Salonpas group has set up a studio/gallery for their use.
'We cannot survive without our suppliers so we at Bahai decided to work together and help each other,' says Beltran, who also manages the Albergo Hotel.
As in the past, we all stayed in the company-owned, 137-room Albergo Hotel where we were all welcomed by General Manager Gerry Beltran.
Beirut, Lebanon: Hotel Albergo - Oozing character and traditional Lebanese old world charm, coupled with modern decor, is the Hotel Albergo - a mansion built in the 1930s.
The total value of her real properties also stays at P19.639 million which include two residential lots in Muntinlupa City (P600,000 each), a house with improvements also located in Muntinlupa (P2.13 million), condominium unit at Providence Tower in Malate (P2 million), condominium unit at Robinsons Residences in Taguig City (P4 million), condominium at Eton Parkview, Greenbelt, Makati (P4.9 million), condominium unit at Albergo Condominium in Baguio City (P2.5 million), house and lot in Lemery, Batangas (P2.6 million), and two memorial lots in Paranaque City purchased in 2003 and 1972 at P300,000 and P1,500, respectively.
shearings.com, 0344 874 8220 STAR BUY Venice from PS179pp: A two-night, room-only stay at the four-star Albergo Cavalletto & Doge Orseolo Hotel near St Mark's Square comes with flights from Stansted on March 26.
Dicho ciclo estuvo asociado a una exposicion que, bajo el mismo titulo, albergo tres secciones que abarcaron un arco de fechas concreto (1895-1936) de la obra y vida del escritor: obra ilustrada, caricaturas y obra traducida.
North Hampton School eighth graders celebrate their prize winning entry in the 2nd annual "What's So Cool About Manufacturing?" video contest From left: Kayleigh Smith, Maddie King, Jade Goulet Keith Albergo and Anne Carrigg.