gobbo


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gobbo

(ˈɡɒbəʊ)
n, pl -bis
(Pathology) a hunchback
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Austin-based private jet service Grandview Aviation has announced Ricardo Gobbo, base manager and captain, has received the Pilot Safety Award from the National Business Aviation Association, the company said.
Kate Roche as Lancelot of Gobbo and the Prince of Arragon provided some muchneeded comic relief in the performance, receiving chuckles with her mock Birmingham accent.
They will be joined by Rhiannon Clements as Salarina, Nerissa as Christine Gomes, James McNaughton as Lorenzo, Paddy Navin as Saliana, Alastair Natkiel as Bassanio, Thom Perry as Antonia, Kate Roche as Lancelot Gobbo and Prince of Arragon, Isabella Rubin as Jessica, and Thomas Winter as Gratiano and Tubal.
Chuck Hannum has been named chief operating officer and Jonathan Gobbo has been named director of real estate.
Robbie Walsh, with an address at Island View, Kilrush, Co Clare, was found not guilty of murder but guilty of the manslaughter of Karl "Gobbo" Haugh in February.
El PM anatomico se define como el punto visible en el que un ramo motor (o una de sus ramificaciones) ingresa al vientre muscular, con el fin de brindarle inervacion; esto implica que la ubicacion del PM determina la zona de union neuromuscular, que determina la transmision de la orden motora sobre el musculo estriado esqueletico (Lee et al., 2009; Gobbo et al., 2011).
In some places I have got the nickname of The Gob or Gobbo.
Also, following a two-day visit to Jebel Marra on Sunday, the hybrid peacekeeping mission in Darfur (UNAMID) chief, Jeremiah Mamabolo, regretted "the new displacements and the burning of villages such as Gobbo, Kawara, Kimingtong in South Darfur as well as other villages in the Rokero locality in Central Darfur".
While I'm at it, Noddy's friends the Tubby Bear family will now be called Mr & Mrs Sensible Eating Bears, while Sly and Gobbo, the mischievous goblins, will have to cause mayhem under more bland aliases.