calabrese


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calabrese

(ˌkæləˈbreɪzɪ)
n
(Plants) a variety of green sprouting broccoli
[C20: from Italian: Calabrian]
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Andrew Calabrese Andrew Calabrese, 71, retired Motorola employee, passed away on Friday, Jan.
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KeyCorp (NYSE: KEY) has said that it has named Joe Calabrese as national head of investments for Key Private Bank.
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Rob Calabrese, a radio disc jockey on tiny Cape Breton Island, decided, more or less as a joke, to suggest that U.
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