tosca

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tosca

[′tȯs·kə]
(meteorology)
A southwest wind on Lake Garda in Italy.
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Flood did not deny that he struck Tosco, who he described as ``quirky''.
And he wants further answers about the fine print of the deal being thrashed out: what investment is being promised, or whether there are any guarantees that Tosco is in for the long term.
The February accident was the latest in a string of fire incidents at Tosco facilities.
Tosco wanted to reintegrate the end customer so it could offer products with a higher margin than gasoline.
Tosco, for example, buys $10 billion worth of crude every year, which is subject to market price shifts; at a single refinery, operating costs can run $100 million per year, or one-fourth of its pretax earnings.
From the time of the burnings on Avenida Colon, he had broken off communication with Tosco and other union leaders and withdrew for a period of several hours from a direct involvement in the protest, thereby depriving the uprising of the only labor leader other than Tosco perhaps capable of reestablishing some degree of organization over the workers' protest.
Contact point(s): Parco Nazionale Appennino Tosco Emiliano
Union 76 stations are particularly hurt by the soaring prices, since their wholesale costs from Tosco are based on the spot market, which is driven by supply and demand.
The assets of the Irish National Petroleum Company have been sold to the Connecticut-based Tosco Corporation, although the state will retain ownership of the company itself.
The chief executive officer of refining company Tosco Corp.
Huge balls of fire rocketed into the air as the blaze raged out of control at the Tosco refinery in a suburban area 15 miles south of downtown Los Angeles.