LORIA


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Returning to the original conversation, don't you find, Anak, that though Loria handles the bipartition of the revenues with scrupulous care, he yet omits one important factor, namely--"
If nothing else, Jeter (or anyone not named Loria, for that matter) shouldve enjoyed a bit of honeymoon, even if it was his intent to dismantle the roster once again.
jeffrey loria tries trading all-stars in his stadium this week out of habit*
The winger went close once again in the 66th minute when he sent in a right-foot shot that took Loria two attempts to halt.
ST) announced on Wednesday that it has appointed Daniel Loria as its executive vice president of Human Resources, effective 1 April 2016.
Poland, top scorers in the competition so far, had looked in the mood for more goals from the outset but were frustrated by Loria and his defence throughout the first half.
The ball ended up back at Lewandowski's feet but Loria recovered to tip his shot wide.
The Chinese students, who pay annual tuition that the district did not disclose, are normally at their modest boarding schools in their homeland, so they're impressed with the plush mattresses and carpeted rooms of the dorms, Loria says.
Mockridge to even Loria, a well-known New York art dealer, bought the Marlins from Liverpool FC owner John W Henry for $158 million in 2002 when they were known as the Florida Marlins.
Sunderand striker Fletcher got on the end of another two deliveries from the Hull player, heading one over from a tight angle and being foiled by Loria and an offside flag from a low delivery.
The tireless Robertson's cross from the left was pushed clear by Loria but only to Maloney, whose returned shot from 16 yards was saved by the keeper against the hapless Khubutia with the ball ending up in the net.
Malinao said Yu suffered a bullet wound on the leg while Loria died on the spot during the attack, which occurred Barangay Banay-Banay around 5 p.