Cuneo


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Cuneo

(Italian ˈkuːneo)
n
(Placename) a city in NW Italy, in Piedmont. Pop: 52 334 (2001)
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Cuneo and Needham used a few key grape varieties from prominent regions to illustrate the current market.
"There are many remains and they were practically intact, something that does not frequently happen." Known fossils "of a giant Titanosaur are scarce and fragmentary." Museum director Ruben Cuneo told local media that the remains belong to "the largest known specimen" of its kind and "the most complete find of this type of dinosaur in the world".
HARVARD - David Cuneo, 49, passed from this life on Wednesday, January Ninth, 2013.
Ryanair, the Ireland-based, low cost airline, has announced that it will be diverting its flights that are scheduled to arrive and depart from Turin airport in Italy, to neighbouring Cuneo Airport in Italy, during a period of disruption at Turin due to maintenance work.
Initially the carrier's new route to Verona will be operate three times a week from 23 June 2012, while services to Milan Bergamo, Venice Treviso, Dortmund, Bari, Cuneo Turin, Catania, Forli Bologna and Pisa will be operated more frequently than in 2011.
Ridgefield, CT, September 21, 2011 --(PR.com)-- Peter Cuneo, the CEO for the turn-around of Marvel Entertainment, and six other major turn-arounds, discusses this week the most important role of the CEO with Robert Reiss, host of The CEO TV Show.
Basics THE Golden Arrow's artist, Terence Cuneo, was famous for his paintings of horses and military action as well as trains.
This handbook by Foer (American Antitrust Institute) and Cuneo (Cuneo, Gilbert, and LaDuca, LLP) is aimed at international audiences seeking lessons from the American system and other cases of private enforcement of competition law for instituting their own system of private antitrust litigation.
A second man involved in the head case, August Michael Zane Cuneo, 26, of Eugene, pleaded guilty earlier this month.
In other words, "what we can do very well is perform operations in very small dimensions with specialized laser energy," said Charlie Cuneo, president of JPSA.
Italian volleyball champions Trentino, coached by Bulgaria's Radoslav Stoychev and featuring Bulgaria's best player Matei Kaziyski, as well as Krassimir Stefanov, swept the semi-final series against Cuneo to secure a place in the play-off finals.
The eastern slopes of these impressive mountains fall within the Province of Cuneo, the largest of the Piedmont provinces of Italy.