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giusto

(ˈdʒuːstəʊ) music
adv
to be observed strictlyto be observed appropriately
adj
(Classical Music) (of a tempo)
a. exact; strict
b. suitable
[Italian: just, proper]
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La questione non e se sia giusto o no risolvere il caso nel modo che impone la legge.
B4Place co-founders Tara Ross and John Giusto, who are from Texas and California, initially said they were teaming up with Longmont-based personal finance blogger Pete Adeney.
The Rossi, Giusto and Garre farm properties have been owned by families for a century, but now the owners are working with the city to explore possibilities to create something community oriented.
The Italian novel Sangue giusto by Francesca Melandri, which treats Italy's colonial past, was recently celebrated by the magazine Der Spiegel as their International Novel of the Year for 2018.
"As the father of a cancer survivor, I know the anguish of a pediatric cancer diagnosis and the miracles that can come from focused research that helps solve pediatric cancers," shares Giusto. "PCRF and the work it does to identify and fund cutting edge research in pediatric cancer is a mission close to my heart."
Co-owners and founders Joe OConnell and Jim Giusto describe their business as a place where visitors can be themselves, have fun and capture some instagram worthy moments to "level up their selfies."
The hospice fundraising team are working closely with Nova centre based, Giusto Restaurant and Kuta Promotions to host this fantastic fun filled family event with a difference - a seaside themed party in the dark.
(TAP) -- The Italian military ship "L9894 San Giusto" docked on Monday at the quay of la Goulette port, in Tunis, for a two-day period.
A study by Giusto and Jakate tackled the unpredictable nature of iron stain in pseudomelanosis duodeni, where 18% patients were entirely positive and 64% partially positive for Perl's iron stain [4].