paesano


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paesano

[pī′zä·nō]
(meteorology)
A northerly night breeze, blowing down from the mountains, of Lake Garda in Italy.
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EVO Real Estate Group has renewed the leases of four well-known Italian restaurants at 132 Mulberry Street: La Nonna, Paesano, Umberto's Clam House and Pellegrino.
of Cambridge -- his original name which he changed because of his estrangement from his alcoholic father -- than the paesano Bill de Blasio of Brooklyn.
Rodney Bunty and David Shidner, Dow Chemical, and Antonio Paesano, Boeing
I want to bring something different to the space and would eventually like to turn this into a place where people will come and eat and do wine tasting too," said Andreas Lordos, owner of Il Paesano, a delicatessen-brasserie filled with various Italian meats, wines and pasta, and which provides the space with a more European feel.
Among the winners was Andrew Pimbley, of Claremont Farm - home of the Wirral Food Festival - who scooped the Wirral Food Champion award, and Richard Fox, of Leverhulme Hotel's Paesano restaurant, who was named Chef of the Year.
Pope, son of what became one of America's wealthiest and most influential families, was introduced at the podium by paesano Federico Castelluccio, bad-boy of the Sopranos.
De Rosa M, Zarrilli S, Paesano L, Carbone U, Boggia B, Petretta M, et al.
3) See for example Bondanella (159), Di Biagi (La Roma di Fellini 78), and Paesano (qtd.
Peter Paesano, 71, retired, Bedlington: Marrying a rich woman and living in luxury would be my dream job.
Anthony Paesano, Attorney (248) -932-1101 30665 Northwestern Hwy.
Canzona, intermezzo, et danza paesano, pour guitare solo.
Dario Paesano, export manager of Birra Peroni, UK adds:"Say goodbye to the wines and the popping of champagne corks by stocking Nastro Azzurro four-packs and/or cases instead.