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As the taxi carrying Fermo and the gunman reached MacArthur Highway, the gunman shot the victim twice.
(9) L'area della passione e sottoposta a una censura piU lieve nel Fermo e Lucia.
(21.) On Pinelli and Fermo, see Barbieri et al., 79; compare Cistellini, 1:269-73, 307, 420-28, 672.
(11.) Fermo I, Arcelloni C, Mazzola G, D'Angelo A, Paroni R.
Other articles deal with nineteenth-century musical associations and schools in Marche (by Marco Capro), a liturgical fragment in neumatic notation housed in the Archivio storico arcivescovile in Fermo (by Patrizia Conti), the ethno-musicological research of Giulio Fara in the early twentieth century (by Roberto Calabretto), and a Flemish organ builder, Antonio Gehenni (or Ghenni) at Camerino in the sixteenth century (by Paolo Peretti).
(That seat, by the way, is now open due to Conrad's decision to keep his promise to voters to retire after one term if the deficit was still raging out of control.) But Conrad gets little of Fermo's attention, because what really concerns him is how Andrews adjusted--or, more accurately, failed to adjust--to the job of U.S.
Gene Fermo, candy and nut buyer, West Coast Grocery, Salem, Ore., says he doesn't think supermarket people analyze the entire picture enough by leaving nuts on the snack shelf.
The embassy and the Cultural Center of the Philippines collaborated on, among other projects, the Viva Verde Centennial Gala Concert, the piano concerts of prominent artists Christian Leotta and Fermo Roscigno and the Movie Mob Italian Film Festivals.
That meant quality challenges, and also additional costs due to more scrap and higher inventory levels," says Marco Fermo, segment director durables, Materials Group, Avery Dennison.
Il suo positivismo dalle vesti "realiste" fornisce, ancora e pio di prima, uno strumento indispensabile a tener fermo il suo programma di liberte e democrazia, Stato liberale e Stato democratico.