makaron

mak´a`ron


n.1.See Macaroon, 2.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Confectioners abound in Nicosia, but there's nowhere quite like mAKaron. Yes, they make the odd cake, and a few flaounas over Easter, but what they're really known for -- as the name suggests -- is their macaroons.
Back at the show for a second time, Tehran-based Tak Makaron will be at Interbake Africa to showcase its range of spaghetti, lasagne, macaroni, pastas and snack foods.
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Insignia/ESG's Gregory Tosko, Ken Meyerson, Rob Makaron, David Hollander-and Sacha Zarba negotiated the transaction on behalf of sublessor Swiss Re.
Bill Hedman, Michael Geoghegan, Thomas Shirocky, and Robert Makaron, of Insignia/ESG, represented the tenant in the transaction.