Quercia


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Quercia

(Italian ˈkwertʃa)
n
(Biography) Jacopo della. See Jacopo della Quercia
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(21.) Corcioni B, Santilli L, Quercia S, Zamagni C, Santini D, Taffurelli M, Mignani S.
Ernstrom & Dreste LLP announces the hiring of attorneys Brian Geary, Andrea Morano Quercia and Brian Streicher.
As part of the experience, the acoustic orchestra Combo De Lux will be performing as Chef Adam Pegg of La Quercia prepares a four-course gourmet meal for the evening.
(27.) Costabile A, Buttarazzi I, Kolida S, Quercia S, Baldini J, Swann JR, et al.
She will be remembered fondly by her sister Betty (nee Bellizzi) Quercia, as well as many nieces and nephews.
In fact, prior studies of housing counseling, which is intended to reduce mortgage loan defaults, show associations with higher prepayment rates (Quercia and Spader 2008), suggesting that simply calling attention to the benefits of on-time payment can lead buyers to pay closer attention to opportunities to pay off a loan.
It is a one-shot public goods game based on the strategy vector method introduced by Fischbacher, Gachter, and Fehr (2001) and validated for repeated interactions by Fischbacher and Gachter (2010) as well as by Fischbacher, Gachter, and Quercia (2012).
Para ello se recurre a diversas formas de expresion artistica (Henshaw, 2013), a partir de tecnicas experimentales como los smellwalks o paseos olfativos (McLean, 2017; Quercia, Schifanella, Aiello y McLean, 2015) o utilizando los big data obtenidos de redes sociales junto a indicadores de la calidad del aire (Quercia et al., 2015).