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Modica

(mô`dēkä), city (1991 pop. 50,529), SE Sicily, Italy. It is the center of an agricultural region where livestock is raised. Known in ancient times as Motyca, it was a feudal county in the 12th cent. and enjoyed a high degree of independence from the 14th to 18th cent. Nearby are the Cava d'Ispica (a series of limestone grottoes containing cave dwellings) and prehistoric and early Christian tombs.
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Modica is in a stunning canyon, awash with cobbled streets and winding paths.
Other factors that help apartments sell over asking price and on time--in this case just 26 days--are a little more straightforward, according to Modica.
"We include as many aquatic ingredients in our fish flake formula as possible because they're more natural for fish to eat and digest, which leads to healthier fish and cleaner water," Modica said.
Modica while speaking to TMZ said that he bought the estate in order to help Burt stay there.
The reason Jetton might have targeted the Charging Bull to display his prank might be because the bronze statue was created by artist Arturo Di Modica and was meant to symbolize "strength and power of the American people."
The younger Hudson said that the case gave him the chance to work with his father and help a family dealing with a tragic loss at a time when their own family was reeling from the recent and unexpected death of his younger brother.<br />Lee Berlinsky and Matthew Modica of the U.S.
About 20 MBA students headed by Professor Marc Modica participated in the knowledge sharing programme at the Ministry of National Integration and Reconciliation.
Modica et al., investigates cerebral and emotional reactions during the interaction with food products by EEG and autonomic activities, as caused by the cross-sensory interaction across a number of different products.
Gregory Modica doesn't know where he'd be if not for Arkansas' program promoting minority-owned businesses, but he's certain he wouldn't be leading a multimillion-dollar company.
Nathan Modica is an economist in the Office of Productivity and Technology, U.S.
The sculptor Arturo Di Modica had recently become a US citizen.