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Grana

An obsolete unit of weight in the early metric system approximately equivalent to 50 grams.
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Grana said he hopes to make the public sales a recurring event; he can't recall the last time the studio opened the sale to the public.
Grana was yesterday sentenced to a minimum 16 years after previously pleading guilty to murder.
They commandeered another taxi and ordered the driver to follow him, Grana telling the cabbie Stephen owed him money.
As per the state oil contracting firm, in ADRs on the NYSE previously, Grana y Montero, which sold $413 million produces 1,700 b/d crude and 6,000-Mcf/d of natural gas in Blocks 1 and 5 in the Talara Basin.
Scatter over some Grana Padano shavings and season with freshly ground black pepper.
Elisabetta Serraiotto, marketing manager of the Consorzio per la Tutela del Formaggio Grana Padano--a consortium of 200 Grana Padano producers in northern Italy--claimed the brand was the first official food or drink partner to the McLaren Group and would work closely with its catering arm Absolute Taste which feeds VIP guests at Formula One race meetings and other events.
By raising when we didn't need the money, we were able to be very selective about the investors we wanted to work with -- and ended up with a group of investors that include the most experienced executives in the solar industry," said Paul Grana, co-founder of Folsom Labs and Head of Sales & Marketing.
The work will be performed through its joint venture with Grana y Montero, a South American contractor.
It is being tried in conjunction with a French company Ravil, which is breaking the law by grating its Grana Padano cheese outside the Italian Po Valley.
The first issue features a discussion on spices, several quick pasta dishes, a guide to making foccaccia, a story on Lombardy's grating cheese, Grana Padano, a celebration of the Italian wine Brunello di Montalcino, and stories on Amalfi and Sardinia.
Bill Grana, PureSafety president and CEO, is a 2010 recipient of the Risk Innovator[TM] and Responsibility Leader[TM] Awards, Risk & Insurance[R] magazine's annual program to identify key individuals who see risk differently and resolve risk-related problems in a unique or innovative way.
It isn t just that costs have come down dramatically though that is true, Paul Grana said.