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RoMEORights Metadata for Open Archiving
ROMEOReal Old Motorcyclists Eating Out
ROMEORetired Old Men Eating Out
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Romeo had privately sought to be traded, particularly to a title-contending team.
I'm quite shocked because this is the first time that I've seen the defenses again, the traps and all that, before I already knew what to do but now I'm still adjusting,' said Romeo who shot 1-of-7 from deep.
Today, Alfa Romeo is back again to write a new chapter in its century-long history.
After the FIBA joust, Romeo played six games for GlobalPort in the Governors Cup but it was evident he wasn't 100 percent.
The deal marks the return of the Italian car manufacturer, Alfa Romeo, to F1 after an absence of more than 30 years.
Katie said that when they arrived in Spain, Romeo could manage five or six strokes.
His parents Jonathan and Katie, both 44, bought a bungalow in Cardiff in order to provide a level access home to give Romeo the best chance of being independent, but it needed a lot of costly work.
Within one month, Romeo has undergone as many as 40 operations and spent countless hours in theatre to remove infected areas and change dressings.
Militiamen in tight, black leather-detailed costumes prowl the streets on orders from Juliet's family, putting down rebellion from the rag-clad Romeo and his friends.
57 (290m): Romeo Gene, Dunbar Survivor, Romeo Turan, Target Scolari, Queenies Bubba, Ludworth Bubba (W).
The numbers are a clear indicator of how the busy hospitality sector in both countries is shaping up, and Romeo Interiors LLC, a subsidiary of Al Rajhi Building Solutions, is keen on participating in the construction of what will be the countries' four- and five-star hotels of tomorrow.
On May 22, 2014, the Web site reported that Romeo Santos was joined by "Fast & Furious 7" actor Vin Diesel onstage at his Thursday night concert in Staples Center in Los Angeles.