cito


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cito

(ˈkiːtəʊ; ˈsaɪtəʊ)
adv
swiftly
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"You know how imperfectly the women of the mezzo cito are educated in Italy?" (This is the name of the lower class.)
I already wrote a letter to TV talk show host Cito Beltran to be given the same opportunity to explain my position on the issue and to clarify the whole context of my earlier interview with TV 5.
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She was the first of her sex to ride in an Irish Classic and the first to be placed in one when she was third on El Cito, in the 1980 Irish St Leger.
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In a family tribute yesterday, his niece Nelsie said: "Cito was a muchloved son, brother, uncle and friend.
Here at CITO Research, we believe that companies, like Oracle, that dismiss third-party benchmarks may have an ulterior motive, and it's not too difficult to guess: they're losing.
Six tenders for the supply of (a) chemicals for the Cito Chemistry Unit, (b) viruses & immunity chemicals, (c) medical solutions, (d) chemical treatment medicines (ampoules), (e) bags to collect waste and residuals of operation theaters and intensive care, also (f) different purpose medicines (pills).