Camillo Golgi

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Noun1.Camillo Golgi - Italian histologist noted for work on the structure of the nervous system and for his discovery of Golgi bodies (1844-1926)
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Like the D8 GTO, the JD70 will keep its weight below 700kg through Donkervoort's lightweight EX-CORE carbon-fiber technology, adjudged so clever it earned the company a European Union innovation grant.
Scotland-based Menzies, which announced the acquisition on August 12, will integrate GTO into its cargo forwarding arm, Air Menzies International (AMI).
See what you think but I reckon several of those we've chosen are equally as beautiful as the Ferrari 250 GTO, if not more so.
The GTO brought performance to the masses, particularly the young masses.
The suspect, posing as a classic car buyer, had expressed interest in buying the 1985 Ferrari 288 GTO, said the police in the German city of Dusseldorf.
Gemalto (Euronext NL0000400653 GTO) is the global provider of digital security, with 2017 annual revenues of EUR3 billion and customers in over 180 countries.
GTO is a government organization funded by the Gyeonggi provincial government that aims to establish Gyeonggi as a dynamic business events destination where people, technology and ideas converge to create great value and memorable experiences for its MICE (meetings, incentives, conventions and exhibitions) events.
The father reportedly bought the 250 GTO, which has been described as the 'hottest car of all time' and as 'the Mona Lisa of Ferraris,' for 700 euro in 1978 before fixing it up for double that sum.
Ares Design, a coachbuilder, is planning to produce 10 units of the new Ferrari 250 GTO.
So far, no attorneys have been disciplined for issues arising from GTO reporting requirements, according to the Bar's Division of Lawyer Regulation.
The most expensive car till date to be auctioned was 1963 Ferrari 250 GTO, chassis 4153, which race car driver Christian Glasel sold in a private sale to David MacNeil, founder of the car floor mats maker WeatherTech, for at least $70 million in June.