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maestro

a distinguished music teacher, conductor, or musician
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maestro

[′mī·strō]
(meteorology)
A northwesterly wind with fine weather which blows, especially in summer, in the Adriatic, most frequently on the western shore; it is also found on the coasts of Corsica and Sardinia.
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Maestro

(1) (Maestro NT) An earlier name for scheduling software for Windows NT from Tivoli Systems, Inc. When IBM acquired Tivoli in 1996, the program was renamed IBM Tivoli Workload Scheduler.

(2) (Budget Maestro) Business planning and analysis software for Windows from Centage Corporation, Natick, MA (www.centage.com). Centage purchased this flagship product from Planet Corporation in 2002 and made it the centerpiece of its turnkey financial management solutions.

(3) (NFS Maestro Gateway) Software from Hummingbird Connectivity, a division of Open Text Corporation, Toronto, Ontario (www.hummingbird.com) that lets Windows clients access files on Unix servers via NFS.
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When the IRS demanded payment of taxes due or forfeiture of the property, Maestri filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in 1986.
"By the time I was in there five years, I was so far in debt," Maestri said.
Maestri has been struggling to catch up since, but with bad credit and no cash, the restaurant business is a cold night.
After a few months, Maestri reopened Mary Maestri's in Fayetteville before moving it to its current location on East Robinson Avenue in August 2012.
"I think that we have a pretty good business considering that we're in a new location," Maestri said.
Maestri said he would prefer that someone with an appreciation for the restaurant's iconic status help him rather than buy him out because he does enjoy the business.
Solo con la legge Credaro del 1911 gli stipendi dei maestri cessarono di essere erogati dai comuni e passarono di competenza dello Stato, dando cosi maggiore risalto a una professione che stava cambiando il volto dell'Italia, tanto che nel 1911 l'analfabetismo era crollato al 27%.
Quando, all'inizio dell'anno scolastico, i maestri si ritrovano a formare le classi, il pericolo da evitare e quello di avere troppi figli di povera gente tra gli alunni, a costo di giocare a un esilarante baratto di bambini, come racconta il maestro Mombelli:
Nell'ottica piccolo-borghese, provinciale, presuntuosa e competitiva della Vigevano cosi come ci viene descritta da Mastronardi, avere in classe figli di famiglie bene, conosciute e stimate, era motivo di vanto per i maestri, oltre al fatto che studenti meglio supportati e seguiti dalle famiglie creavano normalmente meno problemi agli stessi insegnanti.
Gli insegnanti delle medie respingono l'accusa e passano la palla ai maestri, i quali la rimandano ai prof del liceo.
I maestri Ratti e Mombelli possono dunque essere considerati gli antenati di tanti insegnanti di oggi in Italia.
Maestri e istruzione popolare in Italia tra Otto e Novecento.