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portale

In Spanish architecture and derivatives, a covered porch, usually long and narrow, along the front or side of a house, whose roof is supported by wood posts capped with bolsters, 1; provides direct access to individual room entrances.
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Maintaining almost 300 operating units and managing almost 200,000 employees, therefore, makes traditional loss prevention and safety--and the opportunity for Portale and his peers to visit each site--virtually impossible.
An apt student, and ever the perfectionist, Portale maintains a learning kitchen in which the lessons he has accrued over the years can be taught.
What unfolds through the various quotations chosen by Portale is Pope's personal authorial relationship with the idea of imitatio and his own (dis)comfort with that idea.
Alfred Portale, chef and owner of perennial New York City favorite Gotham Bar and Grill, is among the culinary leaders set to open within Fontainebleau.
Portale has been an advisor to the board with Glam.
Mississippi Valley State University located in Itta Bena, Mississippi came in second, with Eastern New Mexico University located in Portales, New Mexico a close third.
Editorial note: From Ferviente humo (Ediciones Portales, 1976).
Consul General Portales statement came during a meeting with Dr.
Spain will recognize a Palestinian state along the 1967 borders before September, said Alfonso Manuel Portales, Spanish Consul General in east Jerusalem, according to the Jerusalem Post.
A scholarly and measured philosophical study by author Vanessa Lemm (Associate Professor at the School for Political Science, Universidad Diego Portales, Santiago de Chile), recommended for college library philosophy shelves.
Cubana's commercial representative, Eugenio Portales, made the announcement during the recent Caribbean Tourism Convention in the Dominican Republic.
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