Ital


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ItalItalian (language)
ItalItalics (typography)
ItalInstituto de Tecnologia de Alimentos (Portuguese: Food Technology Institute; Brazil)
ItalInformation Technology And Libraries
ItalInstitute of Technology and Advanced Learning (various locations)
ItalInstitute for Technology and Learning (University of Texas at Austin)
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Down the winding road you'll find Ras Rody, a simple roadside stand that serves heaping piles of traditional Ital food.
The Morris Ital, officially the UK's rarest vehicle
Offering dishes from plantain to sweet potato fries, Ital Fresh is sure to challenge your conceptions that Caribbean food is all jerk-chicken and curried goat.
Upon completion of the transaction, CIR will hold a 43.4% ownership interest in GELE, with FCA holding 14.63% and Ital Press 4.37%.
Peter Kaye was so impressed with the care he received at St Luke's Hosp- ital, Crosland Moor, he asked guests at his 65th birthday party to donate cash to the stroke rehabilitation unit.
A passer-by raised the alarm and the man was taken to Walsgrave Hosp- ital, where he remains in a stable condition.
The reader is frequently baffled by the symbolic references hidden in the locutions: Ital. fare le coma with its abundant variations (sic.
Bruce Gellis has joined Ital Art Design as director of marketing, a newly created position.
Spock, Friar Bartolomeo da Medina, Isabella Cortese, Giovanni Marinello (physician father of feminist Lucrezia Marinella) and a host of other doctors, clerics and quacks were churning out vernacular "guides to good living" for an ever-growing Ital ian audience.
The Ital was dogged with problems, had a reputation as a rust-bucket and, in 2008, was runner-up in a Sun newspaper poll of the worst British cars ever.
Most Jamaican food includes meat of some kind, but ital food is an exception.