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Morar

Loch. a lake in W Scotland, in the SW Highlands: the deepest in Scotland Length: 18 km (11 miles). Depth: 296 m (987 ft.)
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Successful on Decorated Knight in the Group 1 Tattersalls Gold Cup at the Curragh in May and on Nezwaah for Varian in the Group 1 Pretty Polly Stakes last month, Atzeni will be partnering Morando - the winner of four of his six starts - for the first time.
Its mission, Morando said, is to "achieve 100 percent participation in pro bono service by Business Law Section members, as well as the attorneys in their firms.
We're a very science and technology oriented company," adds Morando.
In 1999, for example, Glendale had the highest rate of pedestrian casualties for those over 65 among cities with similar populations, said Mike Morando, spokesman for the California Office of Traffic Safety.
Post Magik, a small boutique operation in Miami, is run by 23-year-old Dan Morando, who left Los Angeles three years ago to open his company.
Waff, the late Bruno Morando of the Bureau des Longitudes in Paris, and Curtis Wilson - provide the majority of articles.
Steve Morando, national sales manager for Kay Dee, said Clover does a "super job merchandising kitchen textiles.
Our customers have been asking us to provide them with more unfinished strip products", said Jim Morando, President of Harris-Tarkett.
Compatriot Morando, which had subsequent Sussex winner Here Comes When back in third when landing a listed contest in Windsor last time, will bid to continue his trainer Roger Varian's excellent strike-rate in Ireland, while the Ger Lyons-trained Sea Wolf is expected to reverse Curragh form with True Valour.
10) was always likely to be between Morando and Garcia in the market and the former is just about backable at 100-30.
To celebrate the launch of Empower Talents 3 , Kering and Vogue Italia will hold a private cocktail at Palazzo Morando in Milan on 23 September 2015, hosted by Franca Sozzani, Vogue Italia editor in chief and Francois-Henri Pinault, Kering chairman and CEO.
Other Public Impact contributors included: Jacob Rosch, Lauren Morando Rhim, and Amy Way.