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Barbera

(baːˈbeɪrə)
n
(Biography) Joseph. See Hanna
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With the additions of Angela Barbera, managing director and head of national accounts, and Kirby Noel, managing director and national sales manager, NexPoint expands its distribution leadership to reflect recent growth in its real estate offerings and across key retail alternative products.
Venice Film Festival Director Alberto Barbera acknowledged a lack of female directors in competition.
Moises Barbera's firm Drill Surgeries is aimed at reducing the impact of X-ray radiation on medical staff and patients during surgeries, using specific tools professionals need to perform safer and more efficient surgeries worldwide.
Barbera d'Asti wines have developed leaps and bounds in the last couple of decades as the Italian wine producers in its Piedmont home have forged a furrow to improving its quality.
"In general, Barbera d'Asti, especially Barbera Superiore, is intense, complex and persistent wine, with well-balanced acidity, alcohol and fruitiness where the freshness renews with every sip."
"In general, Barbera d'Asti, intense, complex and persistent wine, with well-balanced acidity, alcohol and fruitiness where the freshness renews with every sip."
The Barbera superiore wines aged in wood to develop a wine with complex aromas.
The Barbera d'Asti was a joy alongside its culinary cherry, and a touch of forest floor, rising to the occasion.
I was told: "Barbera d'Asti can be both a fresh and easyto-drink wine, as well as a complex wine able to wait for a better moment to be opened.
Court of Appeals Chief Judge Mary Ellen Barbera said the top court's proposed name change was necessary because the current name is "the source of much confusion."
Charles Barbera, MD, chair of the department of emergency medicine,
19 bottles: We sampled 19 winner selections during the "Barbera Revolution" master class at Nizza Monferrato That's how you introduce your guests to Moscato d'Asti.