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marina

an elaborate docking facility for pleasure boats

marina

[mə′rē·nə]
(civil engineering)
A harbor facility for small boats, yachts, and so on, where supplies, repairs, and various services are available.

Marina

“a piece of virtue.” [Br. Lit.: Pericles]
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The same will be valid for San Marino in relation to the accounts held by its residents within any of the EU Member States.
Marino this summer drove his Fiat into the heart of Rome after his own permit had expired.
It is these standards that have made Da Marino one of the most popular restaurants in all of New York City, and visitors to Times Square know that there is always a fine meal waiting for them in this convenient location.
The United States has no significant trade or investment with San Marino.
Burns made it 3-0 in the 64th minute as he calmly slotted home after racing on to Scott Tancock's long ball, before Bodin completed the rout after San Marino had failed to clear his initial corner.
Instead, San Marino pressed but Marco Bernardi failed to find the target.
Marino testified when he got to the 75th Precinct he discovered each cop was writing only five summonses a month.
com/video/xyepya_san-marino-vs-england-0-2-ox-chamberlain_sport) San Marino vs England 0.
I always wanted to win a Super Bowl but I obviously never reached that goal," Marino says, "But at the same time I had an incredible career and made it to the Hall of Fame.
San Marino are ranked the joint worst team in the world by FIFA and the fact they lost 8-0 to Finland not long ago gives you some idea of how bad they are.
The papal helicopter touched down under sunny skies at Torraccia heliport, where the San Marino Bishop Luigi Negri greeted the pontiff before he boarded the Popemobile to ride to the village of Serravalle to celebrate mass and recite the Angelus prayer at a stadium.
MARINO has taken over as president and chief executive of Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey.