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zocco

(ˈzɒkəʊ)
n, pl -cos
(Architecture) architect a plinth or an architectural supporting base
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Renzo Zocco,70, from Verona, sent him some fan mail earlier this year, pledging his support and offering up his car, while reassuring him that it would serve as a testimony to the work that the priest had done in the working-class neighbourhoods of Verona.
The authors wish to thank Milda Zilinskaite (Department of Literature, University of California, San Diego) and Dr Diego Zocco (Department of Physics, University of California, San Diego) for the critical reading of the manuscript and helpful comments.
remus has been largely used in Integrated Pest Management programs in Venezuela in corn, reaching control levels up to 90% (GONZALEZ & ZOCCO, 1996; FERRER, 2001).
The Melanesian world view is holistic (Lea, 1997, p.3; Namunu, 1996; Zocco, 1998).
Salem--Erin Hamlin and Heather Zocco, promoted to member services representative.
Pittel & Company has secured the site for America's first "Footwear-by-Design" Zocco's store, a continuation of the popular Swiss footwear retailer Zoccolino.
(1988) and Zocco Pisana and Tomei (1990) for the Livomo
Anna Zocco, co-director of Licaone Fund, a non-profit organisation raising funds from private and corporate donors to protect the endangered Wild dog, Lycaon pictus says "The only hope of the Wild dog's survival is a combined effort by NGOs, governments and the public."
Zocco is Professor of Finance, Department of Finance, School of Business Administration, University of San Diego, San Diego, California.
Zocco, "New Evidence on the Selection of an Appropriate Discount Rate in Economic Loss Determinations," Federation of Insurance & Corporate Counsel, Vol.