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Olio, Oglio

 a collection of miscellaneous pieces; a hotchpotch; a mixture; medley—Johnson, 1755.
Examples: olio of affairs, 1700; of all ages, 1847; of musical pieces; of partisan opinions, 1880; of pictures; of various religions, 1648; of verse.
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Dantes was tossed about on these doubts and wishes, when the patron, who had great confidence in him, and was very desirous of retaining him in his service, took him by the arm one evening and led him to a tavern on the Via del' Oglio, where the leading smugglers of Leghorn used to congregate and discuss affairs connected with their trade.
Starters include gamberoni all' oglio (king prawns in garlic sauce) and there's lots of pizza, calzone and pasta for mains.
On the other hand, I love pasta, even something as simple as Aglio Oglio. If you put pasta and oil and something savory together, I'd eat it.
Re, "Nitrogen inputs to a river course in a heavily impacted watershed: a combined hydrochemical and isotopic evaluation (Oglio River Basin, N Italy)," Science of the Total Environment, vol.
The Tuyo Mushroom Pasta (P165), on the other hand, is a tastier and better alternative to your aglio oglio, while the Malunggay Pasta (P160) is meant for those with adventurous taste buds and, at the same time, are health-conscious.
It was explained by Dall' Oglio and his co-workers as the low activity of carbonyl protonation in a H3PO4 using ethanol and methanol which can be explained by the higher pKa value relative to the other catalysts used in the reaction.
The central action of the play is set into motion when Volpone, the fox, disguises himself as a mountebank in order to hawk his Oglio del Scoto in the Venetian piazza.
3 (2011), is a special issue on "Chretiens arabes, temoins de l'Evangile au cceur de l'Islam," which includes articles by Christian Cannuyer, Adel Sidarus, Paolo Dali 'Oglio, and Herman Teule.
The song contained in that episode, a duet with Oglio recording artist MC Lars called "Earworm," will also be posted to The FuMP on April 1st.
A writer calling himself the "Essayist," for example, describes his readers' ability to "find something in the oglio adapted to their peculiar taste" precisely because the magazine offers such variety ("The Essayist" 556).
No Brasil, muitos estudos com coleobrocas abrangem levantamentos populacionais que, por vezes, sao correlacionados a dados climaticos e de vegetacao, com ou sem a aplicacao de indices faunisticos, utilizando-se de armadilhas de impacto, cujo atrativo mais comum e o alcool etilico (Carvalho et al., 1996; Dall' Oglio & Peres Filho, 1997; Morales et al., 1996).