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MANCAMalayalee Association of Northern California (Kerala cultural organization)
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The couple alleged, however, that the new management bought Mr Manca's shares, leaving him with only one, and allegedly dismissed them both.
Page added that the new financial year had seen trading start "well" for both its Franco Manca and Real Greek brands.
But Franco Manca says it will continue to buck this trend.
Franco Manca will be a lone dine-in restaurant on this stretch of Mosley Street, with other food outlets - Greggs and Subway, for example - focusing on a grab-and-go offering.
A licensing application has been submitted to Cardiff council, requesting permission for Franco Manca to be allowed to play music and serve alcohol from 10am to midnight every day in a unit at 5-10 Church Street.
Franco Manca was born in London in 2008 when Giuseppe Mascoli and Bridget Hug took over an established pizzeria called Francos, housed in Brixton Market.
The trio will be closely mentored by executive chef Antonello Manca, guaranteeing a superb dinner for themselves and the special person they chose to cook for.
To investigate what viewers in Renaissance Italy thought and knew about subject matter in art, Manca looks at various kinds of writings, including diaries, letters, contracts, literature of art history and art theory, and poems of the period.
System based on boundary rules are called PB systems (Bernardini, Manca 2003).
The well-wishers included a senior official representing government Lombardy, charged with international affairs, Davide Bacca, and for Tourism and Trade Affairs Mauro Parolini and Economic Garavaglia Massimo, Corriere Della Sera newspaper's Editor in Chief Daniele Manca as well as the Dean of the Consular Corps of Milan and Lombardy, Massimo Baggi.
Manca, 86, of Templeton, died peacefully Wednesday morning February 11, 2015 at his home after an illness.Tony was born in Gardner April 26, 1928, a son of the late John and Rose (Cosentino) Manca and has lived in Templeton most of his married life.