Galofaro

Galofaro

[‚gäl·ə′fä·rō]
(oceanography)
A whirlpool in the Strait of Messina, between Sicily and Italy; formerly called Charybdis.
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As observed by Galofaro (97), an "entanglement" between Italian and Slovenian nationalism is powerfully staged here, via the symmetrical national and identitarian trajectories of Berta, the Slovenian maid of the middleclass Italian establishment--whose national and cultural awakening goes hand in hand with acquisition of literacy and traditional middle class values--and Angela, the educated Italian patriot.
John Simerman & Claire Galofaro, NOPD Officer Will Serve 4 Years for Wendell Allen Shooting, ADVOC.
Thanks to the prompt responses of Milford athletic trainer Jody Whyte, hockey official Jason Galofaro, nurse Maura Collins and parent Frank Farrente, Symes was given CPR and a defibrillator was used, saving his life.
Those in attendance included: Bobby Brannon, Treasurer, Ochsner Health CareFoundation; Stan Smith, CFO, Orleans Parish School Board; Bob Galofaro, President, Galofaro Consulting; Harry Smith, President, Smith Financial Consulting; Tom Sandeman, CFO, Piccadilly Restaurants LLC; Jim Alack, Financial Executive, Entergy; and J.
As Luca Galofaro commented on the current extraordinary blossoming of landscape art, 'the landscape becomes the new field of action in which the "users" stop being normal observers and become indispensable elements for the definition of the space that hosts them'.
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Among these are members, friends and supporters of FEI such as Tom Kitchen, CEO, Stewart Enterprises; Richard Bachman, CEO, Energy Partners, who moved his business back to New Orleans after temporarily operating in Texas; Bob Galofaro, senior vice president, Wellington Cos.