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Ferrari

(Italian fɛrˈraːrɪ)
n
(Biography) Enzo (ˈɛntso). 1898–1988, Italian designer and manufacturer of racing cars
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A new GT-type Ferarri could be unveiled as early as November.
Crews from the Coastguards service, Asco, Stepping Stones Nursery, BrewToon and Fairy Tails Dog Grooming all took part but Team McGill won the contest in their red raft branded with the Ferarri logo.
Even today, comparing an Amiga with a PC in multi-tasking would be like comparing a Ferarri with an Ambassador.
Ferarri Corporate Bocce Tournament: 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Civic Center, 3 S.
His entry was closely followed by Gianpiero Ferarri and Richard Storier whose prints, 'Provencal Fritillary' and 'Slate Splitter' respectively, achieved joint second place with 19 points being awarded for each.
16) morning, a 20-year-old man surnamed Lin (?) nodded off and smashed his van into four Ferarri sports cars parked on the roadside.
Ferarri's Maurizio Arrivabene, with their base in Italy, felt the situation was not ideal for Formula One.
Mercedes driver Hamilton, on 281 points, now leads Ferarri's Sebastian Vettel by 40 points.
Crooked David Barton, right, preyed on wealthy elderly clients to fund his lavish lifestyle and stable of luxury cars including Rolls-Royces, below left, and a rare Ferarri Enzo, below right, potentially worth well over PS1m
(11) Edoardo Paolo Ferarri, 'A Fading Legacy: Ladakh's Vernacular Architecture", unpublished dissertation (University of Florence).