sessa


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sessa

(ˈsɛsə)
interj
an exclamation found in Shakespeare, of unknown meaning; suggestions include 'be gone', 'come', or a woman's name
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Sessa owns Pottstown, Montgomery County-based 18th Century Restoration, which restores historic structures, sometimes by moving them, and most times by preserving them where they were originally built.
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"3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine is a remarkable substance," wrote Sessa on his (http://www.drsessa.com/mdma-therapy-research/) website .
Sessa Klein is a Varese, Italy-based manufacturer of highly engineered side window systems for both high speed and commuter trains.
According to Sessa, "I have had the pleasure of dealing with Charles Blumenkehl for many years, and have learned to respect his integrity, work ethic and sense of fairness, in addition to his achievements and obvious talents at real estate development and rehabilitation.
With its runway-ready looks and practical nature, the Sessa S26 is always in vogue.
Sessa's purification step overcomes a hurdle that's slowed the corn protein's wider commercial use--elimination of its yellowish color and distinct odor.
In the third row from the left are Robert Tribuiani, Steven Sessa, Catherine Eaton, Dickinson, Hamden Baskin III, and Joshua White.
In 1716, Giuseppe's Sessa composed a theoretical compendium of laws applying to Jews in Piedmont, enriched by Sessa being himself the Vice Conservatore, the judge who directly oversaw Jewish affairs.
BAM POT Argy keeper Gaston Sessa is beginning to make infamous German thug Toni Schumacher look like a choirboy.
The company is run by former Argentinian international footballer, Sergio Sessa.