KITRI

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KITRIKorea Information Technology Research Institute (Seoul, South Korea)
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Aside from Joseph and Candice, the principal roles of Kitri and Basilio will be portrayed by BP company members Jemima Reyes, Monica Gana, Victor Maguad, and Ian Ocampo.
She's done Odette/Odile in "Swan Lake," Princess Aurora in "The Sleeping Beauty," Sugar Plum Fairy in "The Nutcracker," Kitri in "Don Quixote," Juliet in "Romeo and Juliet" and the title role in "Coppelia."
Palpita unionalis has been known as Margaronia unionalis (Hubner) (Santorini & Vessiliana-Alexopoulou 1976) or Palpita vitrealis (Anonymous 2011), but Kitri & Rose (1992) suggested from morphological studies based on the internal and external differences in the reproductive system of males that this species belongs to the genus Palpita.
Inspired by one adventure from the novel, it is the story of Don Quixote's quest for the beautiful woman, Kitri. She, meanwhile, is in love with Basilio, a poor barber, but her father wants to marry the rich, foppish Gamache.
Also, its stylish design makes them a winner." SAFERZONE is featuring the highly portable Wi-Fi phone at IT Channel USA Conference 2010 held at Double Tree, Fort Lee, NJ on October 11-13, 2010, organized by SYNET and sponsored by Korea IT Research Institute (KITRI).
Saturday's performance was done in two acts, instead of the usual three, and takes place at the wedding of Kitri and Basilio, but it had all the touchstones of the "Quixote" tale.
Kitri McGuire, marketing communications manager for the Dundee, Ore.-based Pinot producer, oversees the winery's Twitter page, and her updates consist of musings on everything from bud break to Earth Day to the Portland Trail Blazers' first-ever advance into the NBA Playoffs.
Hikoji Wakoh is senior researcher in the Planning Division of the Kanagawa Industrial Technology Research Institute (KITRI), a publicly funded research and testing laboratory located in Ebina City, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan.
Tied only incidentally to Cervantes's lumbering Knight of the Sorrowful Countenance, the work is really an excuse for some two hours of tours de force and split-second teamwork by the romantic leads, Kitri and Basilio, as they thwart a conspiracy to keep them from marrying.
Her roles include Sugar Plum Fairy in The Nutcracker and Kitri in Don Quixote.