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gio

(ˈdʒiːəʊ)
n
(Physical Geography) an older variant of geo
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The pair have a one-year-old daughter Alana and Gio helps care for Cristiano's twins.
And Gio, 33, even thinks he's seen the obsessive fan in the X Factor audience.
Gio also thinks he's seen the obsessive fan in the X Factor audience.
His opponent Gio, travelled from Bacolod in the hopes of winning the tournament.
Gio Ponti (1891-1979) created numerous icons, such as the 32-storey Pirelli Tower in Milan -- regarded by many as one of the most elegant skyscrapers in the world -- and the famous 'Superleggera' chair, which embodied lightness in both aesthetic and physical terms.
The incident happened one afternoon at about four o'clock and was actually witnessed by Gio and Libay.
The original story was of two entertainers in 12th-century Japan, Gio and Hotoke, treated poorly by their patron and lover, leaving him to become Buddhist nuns and being reborn in Amida Buddha's Western paradise, says Stoppoli.
Christian Giordano of Gio's Pro Painting said, "Our goal is to educate the community on how to get the best results for their property improvement projects.
And while Gio - played as always by Welsh tenor Wynne Evans - may have been gagged from singing the irritatingly catchy jingle the last few times he appeared, he has found his voice again.
And while Gio, played by Welsh tenor Wynne Evans, may have been gagged from singing the irritatingly catchy jingle the last few times he appeared, he has found his voice again.
Jennifer, 27, of Dunfermline, made a claim in March when Gio showed signs of sinusitis, which the vet quickly discovered was caused by a rotting tooth.