Polito

AcronymDefinition
PolitoPolitecnico Di Torino (Italia)
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At this point in the game, it won't happen," Polito said.
Mr Polito's mother Leslye Polito said the past 12 months have failed to ease the pain of her loss.
In fact, Polito says Sparks customers have been asking for single-stream recycling since even before it showed up in Reno.
We plan on keeping the details of the wedding private, but we are pleased that Karyn Polito has agreed to officiate this happy occasion,'' Rosenberg said in a statement released by his office.
Clarice Patrimonio, who bagged the tournament MVP honors, tripped Macy Gonzales, 62, 62, in the first singles, while Espinosa and Polito downed Lenelyn Milo and April Santos, 62, 61, in the first doubles.
Polito said Friday that AG Campus Housing started operating on Wednesday, after making the required filings with the Real Estate Agency.
Una voz limpia y segura suele identificar a Polito Ibanez.
He grew up in a moment when film appreciation was just taking off," Polito says.
HHS' Polito freely admits the administration's goal of funding religious work with tax dollars.
Here Robert Polito, the evening's moderator, provides an overview of the critic and his career.
On the Edge of the New Century: Eric Hobsbawm in Conversation with Antonio Polito Translated from the Italian by Allan Cameron The New Press.
Antonio Polito, London-based columnist with La Repubblica newspaper, said of the Prodi/Blair phone call controversy: "It wasn't the sort of scandal in Italy that happened here in Britain.