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a.1.German; - used chiefly of art, literature, etc.
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A poor defensive display from Hoffenheim saw Tedesco take the plaudits.
Their official cause of death was not released but Troy Police Chief John Tedesco said it was impossible to describe the horror, according to the Albany Times Union.
A heavy defeat by Ireland in their opener was followed by a much-publicised dust-up between full-back James Tedesco and Huddersfield forward Shannon Wakeman which resulted in fines.
Having been Schalke's club skipper since 2011, the 29-year-old was suddenly stripped of the captaincy by new coach Domenico Tedesco - who is just two years his senior - and left on the bench for the Royal Blues' first two league games this season.
14 March 2017 - Arizona, US-based real estate franchise system Realty Executives International majority owner and CEO David Tedesco has acquired the remaining shares of the company from former president and co-owner Rich Rector, the company said.
Beasley veteran Marie Tedesco , who presently serves as the company's Naples, Fla.
It's not like pouring water in a glass that stays where you pour it," explains study coauthor Marco Tedesco of the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory at Columbia University.
To aid that cause James Tedesco has been brought in at full-back and the Wests Tigers man could be the one to make the difference.
NASDAQ: IPAS) has named Michael Tedesco chairman of the board of directors, the company said.
Mick Tedesco took a good trout of 9lb 7oz on a marabou version of the white bunny, while Phillip Harnby took a nice 6lb 9oz one on a Dawson's Olive.
You don't necessarily have to have a 'dirtier' snowpack to make it dark," said lead author Marco Tedesco, a research professor at Columbia University's Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory and adjunct scientist at NASA Goddard Institute of Space Studies.