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Fano

(fä`nō), city (1991 pop. 53,909), in the Marche, central Italy, on the Adriatic Sea. It is a fishing port, a seaside resort, and an agricultural and silk-manufacturing center. An important town in Roman times, it was the scene of a victory by Rome over Carthage (207 B.C.). Fano was destroyed by the Goths in the 6th cent. A.D. but later flourished under the Malatesta family of Rimini. It was under papal control from the mid-15th cent. to 1860. The first printing press in Italy to use Arabic type was set up (1514) in Fano. Noteworthy structures include the Arch of Augustus (1st cent. A.D.), the Malatesta palace, and the Church of Santa Maria Nuova (16th–18th cent.).
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Previously, he worked as a receptionist in hotels following completion of his traineeship at Kromanns Hotel & Fiskerrestaurant Fanoe in Denmark.
"Along with supplementing or replacing commercial insurance, captives can, at the very least, be an effective tool in the risk management toolbox for cannabis entities seeking alternative ways to finance the emerging risks they face," said Greg Fanoe, a consulting actuary at actuarial consulting services firm Merlinos & Associates.
The civilian Accident Investigation Board said Wednesday it is investigating the cause of Tuesday's crash off the island of Fanoe.
'This is an outstanding achievement that speaks volumes about our bankers' dedication to getting to know our customers, understanding their banking needs and creating a pleasant banking experience for them,' said Anker Fanoe, director retail and business banking for Rabobank, N.A.
I am on holiday on the island of Fanoe (it's pronounced far-nooo and has an O with a line through it, which I can't find on my computer), a small blob in the Wadden Sea off the southwest coast of Denmark.
* Lured to dance through contact improvisation, Wells (tossed by Sara Fanoe above) has created 14 full-length works, most of which lack structural coherence.
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