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Fortunato

walled up in a catacomb by the man he had wronged. [Am. Lit.: Poe “The Cask of Amontillado”]

Fortunato

walled up to die in catacomb niche. [Am. Lit.: “The Cask of Amontillado” in Portable Poe, 309–316]
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In the new position, Fortunato will focus on evaluating, acquiring and growing businesses in the Specialty Retail industry in the company.
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The plenary session was chaired by the First Vice-President of the Senate, Ricardo Mximo Torao Oyo, and assisted by the Second Vice-President, Fortunato Nzambi Machinde.
agreed to ask for a detailed financial analysis of the companies, Fortunato said.
Something like: 'We're the brand of champions'," said John Fortunato, a professor with an expertise in sports marketing at Fordham University's business school in New York City, said of Under Armour.
So I made sure to highlight the meanings of those experiences in which the sense of place became alive, recording them through papers published in Brazilian journals (Fortunato, 2012; 2014; 2015; Fortunato et al.
Encarna decide tomarse unas vacaciones en Mallorca y se despide tanto de Victor como de Fortunato, que esta preocupado por el problema de vista de su hermana.
com)-- Reason #1: Filomena and Fortunato Multari, owners of Mamma Rosa Ristorante (named in honor of Fortunato's mother), are presenting a lovingly prepared dinner with wine that you cannot get anywhere else.
According to the sources, Fortunato was negotiating with potential buyers to determine their interest and could yet partner with a bidder for the company.
Stephanie Jensen-Moulton's edition of Fortunato by Miriam Gideon (1906-1996), an opera in three scenes, is a highly significant volume to be published in A-R Editions' series Recent Researches in American Music.