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piazza

1. a large open square in an Italian town
2. Chiefly Brit a covered passageway or gallery
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Piazza

A public open space or square surrounded by buildings.
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piazza

1. A public open space or square surrounded by buildings.
2. A term occasionally used for a raised porch or veranda in French Vernacular architecture or in American Colonial architecture and derivatives (especially in the South); often supported by columns or posts.
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Toshiba America Medical Systems Inc announced on Wednesday the appointment of Maria Piazza as director, Ultrasound business unit.
Piazza's practice is concentrated on complex transactional, litigation and advisory work relating to various types of restructurings, commercial finance, chapter bankruptcies and workouts.
Piazza said the school has a waitlist of hundreds of students.
Kirklees Council intends to tear down the Piazza, which was built 50 years ago on the site of the 1880s Huddersfield Market Hall.
Piazza explained that, for those in the alert group, the CDS system notified physicians when the patient's CH[A.sub.2]D[S.sub.2]-VASc score increased.
The shopping centre social media pages turned Purple for the day posting continuously throughout the day about the incremental changes made and accessible benefits of shopping locally with the Piazza.
Back in May, Pulaski County Circuit Judge Chris Piazza awarded a default judgment against Casada and his firm in a case filed by their former client, Imperial Premium Finance Corp.
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Children play during the Lagoona Mall's Family Fun Day at the Piazza.
New evidence revealed this week brought new charges in the hazing death of Penn State University student Timothy Piazza. Authorities recovered video footage that had allegedly been deleted by Piazza's peers, showing he consumed 18 alcoholic drinks in one hour and 22 minutes, according to the (http://www.centredaily.com/news/local/crime/article184354873.html) Centre Daily Times.
The firm said that it has appointed Yolande Piazza, CEO of Citi FinTech.