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Gambetta

L?on . 1838--82, French statesman; prime minister (1881--82). He organized resistance during the Franco-Prussian War (1870--71) and was a founder of the Third Republic (1871)
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Gambetta was laying his last lock of hair upon the altar.
To get the guarantee for Gambetta, I've sold him," he said, in a tone which said more clearly than words, "I've no time for discussing things, and it would lead to nothing.
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Without my team, especially right-hand person Rachel McCarthy, Rebecca Cunningham and Dom Gambetta, my business wouldn't have taken off so quickly and I owe them all my success.
The Municipal Action for Immigrant Integration project is pleased to collaborate with the Cities of Migration project," said Ricardo Gambetta, NLC's program manager for inclusive communities.
In Codes of the Underworld: How Criminals Communicate (Princeton), the Oxford sociologist Diego Gambetta uses colorful stories and a minimum of jargon in his quest to analyze how people advertise when their business happens to be illegal.
When we researched what pet owners need and want, we learned that pet insurance and pet wellness programs were a high priority," said Mona Gambetta, founder of Pet Club International.
Gambetta, a private practice cardiologist in Munster, said in an interview.
Courtney Rosenthal, Michael Barbolla, Rosemarie Gambetta, Kelly Peiper and Gregg Roberts of City Sites Real Estate Group.
210 - F Gambetta (US) 69 71 70, A Garrido (Sp) 70 68 72, J Van Wagenen 72 68 70.
The police who tracked Gambetta suspected their man of dictatorial ambitions, but they also had orders to protect him from harm.