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zocco

(ˈzɒkəʊ)
n, pl -cos
(Architecture) architect a plinth or an architectural supporting base
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Ponziani FR, Zocco MA, Campanale C, Rinninella E, Tortora A, Di Maurizio L, et al.
to Argentine-based minority partners Daniel Hadad and Viviana Zocco for $7 million.
This is a good easy-drinking pale ale, good use of hops," noted home-brew shop owner Paul Zocco.
Ponziani FR, Zocco MA, Garcovich M, D'Aversa F, Roccarina D, Gasbarrini A, What we should know about portal vein thrombosis in cirrhotic patients: A changing perspective.
Carmelo Zocco and under his guidance Arioli Group is expanding into new markets and sectors such as dyeing, printing, carousel and digital products.
Sciuto M, Bertino G, Zocco M, Vecchio I, Raffaele R, Trifiletti RR, et al.
Net: 1, Stan Shustak-Rick McKallagat-Phil Good-Tom Zocco, 63.
In establishing the process, The School developed a recursive process identified by Zocco (2011) as using direct assessment information to implement continuous and systematic curriculum improvement and documenting that improvement.
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.
As per De that the initial grant will be used in construction of the boundary wall of the zocco.
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.