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cocco

(ˈkɒkəʊ)
n
(Plants) the tuber of the taro plant
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New to Host Milan 2019 is Coffee Addition, presented by Gianni Cocco, AICAF Italian Academy of Coffee Masters and ALTOGA, the Italian National Association of Coffee Roasters, Importers and Food Wholesalers.
(20.) Maldonado Ficco TST, Perez Alamino R, Schneeberger EE, Maldonado Cocco JA, Citera G.
Ajman, United Arab Emirates, January 19, 2019 --(PR.com)-- Ajman Hotel managed by Blazon Hotels is announcing the appointment of Riccardo Cocco as Food and Beverage Manager.
In Filipino, coconut is known as niyog; in French, cocotler; in Spanish, cocotero; in Italian, cocco; and in German, kokospalme.
3rd St.,is headed by Paul Cocco, who has 25 years of experience in the consumer packaged goods industry.
Cocco et al [8] demonstrated that 3 [micro]g/kg BW clonidine is an appropriate dosage for effective and safe pre-medication.
Il va sans dire egalement que la ville est avide de ce genre manifestations populaires de masse qui suscitent la convivialite et l'engouement, d'autant plus qu'elles ont lieu dans un site original prestigieux qu'est la Medina Cocco Polizzi.
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