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bracciale

A projecting metal bracket, having a socket and ring for holding a flagstaff, torch, or the like; esp. used on Renaissance palaces in Florence and Siena.
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As the Committee begins its examination of STELAR, Pallone said it's important "that we ask the ultimate question of how best to put consumers first."
"Braeden was an exceptional young man and talented athlete, whose tragic death is a reminder that we must do more to prevent heat-related deaths in young athletes," Pallone said.
According to Pallone, the inspector general will investigate whether Chairman Pai and his aides "improperly pushed for rule changes to benefit Sinclair Broadcasting in the company's attempt to purchase Tribune Media." The investigation will reportedly also look into whether Pai and his aides "improperly coordinated with Sinclair on those rule changes."
By calling on the US citizens to travel to Azerbaijan's occupied territories and to have ties with the criminal and terrorist regime, Frank Pallone endangers the lives of the US citizens, Hajiyev said.
Pallone questioned whether all of the provisions in the AHCA draft are really "germane to the budget."
The discourse between Barton and Pallone was friendly.
He said Pallone's victory would be ''very healthy for leadership'' because it underscored the need for leaders to listen to lawmakers' concerns.
"We join with Armenians in New Jersey, California and across the nation in thanking Congressman Pallone and Congressman
Tischfield, the Director of the Human Genetics Institute of Rutgers University who oversees much of the work at the repository, on June 14 accompanied NJCTS to a meeting with Congressman Frank Pallone Jr.
Cong Frank Pallone and Cong Rush Holt are also on the list of guests.
Early this week, US Congressman Frank Pallone, the founder and former co-chairman of the Congressional Caucus on India and Indian Americans, supported the extradition demand.
Pallone, chair of the health subcommittee of the House Energy and Commerce Committee.