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greco

[′grek·ō]
(meteorology)
An Italian name for the northeast wind.
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Bulgaria has ratified the Criminal Law Convention on Corruption and its Additional Protocol, but according to GRECO report the concept of undue advantage is interpreted too narrowly in practice as implying a material benefit which has a discernible market value.
This past summer, board member Gerry Pike was not nominated for re-election to the DMA board and blamed Greco and his team.
And also, although GRECO found that 1989 laws on the financing of political activities, plus state funding of political parties, has "led parties to show financial moderation [so] the country no longer suffers from the major political and financial scandals of the past", there are still problems.
Greco says his acting experience has helped him to hone his "poker face" to trick rivals.
After beating fellow finalist Hoss Parhizkar and Swansea fish and chip shop owner Roberto Romanello, Greco also collected a Tutima watch and a place in the grand final of the competition in London at the end of November.
In his choreography, Greco takes dance down to the synaptic level, the point of the automatic physical responses of twitches and blinking, and then builds movement to such a fever pitch that it would challenge a classically trained ballerina.
El Greco arrived in Spain after having spent the six previous years in Rome honing his craft (1570-76).
GRECO was established by the Council of Europe to monitor member states' compliance with the organization's anti-corruption standards.
He may have been used to such muddled grandeur in Rome, where he lodged for two years in the garrets of the palace belonging to Cardinal Alessandro Farnese, the patron for whom Titian twenty-five years earlier, in 1545, had painted his first Danae, giving her the features of the Cardinal's mistress, El Greco, to pay for the profusion which contrasts so pointedly with the severity of his art, exacted high prices, sometimes through litigation, for his pictures.
Wonder if that reminded Greco of his recent dealings with his EastEnders bosses?
Yep, the EastEnders star Michael Greco got rid of his silly facial hair to play the lead in drama Murder In Mind.