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Cavallini

(Italian kavalˈliːni)
n
(Biography) Pietro (ˈpjɛːtro). ?1250–?1330, Italian fresco painter and mosaicist. His works include the mosaics of the Life of the Virgin in Santa Maria, Trastevere, Rome
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Clocking in at just over 30,500 miles, this iconic car features classic Ferrari designs, including crema leather interiors, Rosso carpets and Cavallino embossed seats.
"Tenya uses an exclusive recipe made by a 200-year-old boutique soy sauce factory in Japan, which ships it to every Tenya store worldwide," shared Chukri Prieto, managing director of Cavallino Inc., the company that brought Tenya to the country.
It has made a name for itself in Japan by providing tempura rice bowls with a special sauce called don tare," explains Cavallino Inc.
Known for its battered seafood, meat or vegetables that are deep-fried to infrared-heat precision and quality, Tenya entered the Philippine market in 2015 through the Rack's group, Cavallino Inc.
The stunning display spanned an area of 13 kilometres, trumping the earlier record set over a distance of 11.38 kilometres, in Cavallino Treporti beach near Venice, Italy.
A new patchwork technique is applied to python and cavallino is coated with an aluminium treatment.
The unpublished, unlined head of St Stephen in remarkable condition, painted in around 1640-4S by the Neapolitan Bernardo Cavallino, for instance, could have sold several times over--Giacometti sold it to a new American client (price undisclosed; Fig.
Chi giocava alle noci, chi alle piastrelle, chi alla palla, chi andava in velocipede, chi sopra un cavallino di legno; questi facevano a mosca-cieca, quegli altri si rincorrevano; altri, vestiti da pagliacci, mangiavano la stoppa accesa; chi recitava, chi cantava, chi faceva i salti mortali, chi si divertiva a camminare colle mani in terra e colle gambe in aria; chi mandava il cerchio, chi passeggiava vestito da generale coll'elmo di foglio e lo squadrone di cartapesta; chi rideva, chi urlava, chi chiamava, chi batteva le mani, chi fischiava, chi rifaceva il verso alla gallina quando ha fatto l'ovo; insomma un tal pandemonio, un tal passeraio, un tal baccano indiavolato, da doversi mettere il cotone negli orecchi per non rimanere assorditi" (Le avventure di Pinocchio 366).
The Colorful Communities program provides PPG volunteers and products, along with financial contributions, to bring color and vitality to communities where the company operates around the world, such as in Milan and nearby Cavallino, Italy, where PPG has automotive refinish and architectural coatings plants.