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grana

[′grän·ə]
(cell and molecular biology)
A multilayered membrane unit formed by stacks of the lobes or branches of a chloroplast thylakoid.
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On the last of several anxious trips from Nepal to Grana, Pietro finds Bruno alone in snow-bound Barma.
Finish by coating with another 50g grated Grana Padano cheese.
Grana also is a board member of Common Cents Systems, Emma, and Tennessee Industrial Electronics, and a former board member of Qualifacts.
According to the organization of Italian farmers Coldiretti, last year the production of parmesan-like and grana-like cheeses exceeded 300 million kg, while in Italy cheese makers produced 295 million kg of genuine Parmigiano and Grana Padano.
Jamal said a lack of recognition and appreciation gets to those associated with theatre but the overwhelming response toPa Ma Grana Pekhawara has given them hope.
Spoon onto a serving then scatter with rocket leaves and Grana Padano.
Grana started with Geotechnology 14 years ago as the vice president of operations.
Sprinkle with shavings of Grana Padano and Pecorino to serve.
7 August 2014 - Aon Risk Solutions, the risk management unit of Aon Plc (NYSE:AON), said it had taken over Peru-based risk and insurance solutions provider Grana y Asociados, for an undisclosed amount.
This is no surprise as last year's Cirque du Soleil performance was completely sold out," said Nick Grana, event manager and general Manager of SDI Marketing.
Yet I felt, for some reason, that a glimmering of a solution was to be offered by those umbrella handles, which is why I began my mission not in the Parmesan region but with a trip to the Grana Padano Consortium, which manages the production of 179,000 tons of cheese worth about 1.
Ideal for all kinds of food applications from snack seasonings, to bakery lines, sauces, desserts and beverages, AdPure[TM] delivers enhanced dairy tastes of butter, cream, Cheddar or Grana Padano cheeses, in the final product.