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Grana

An obsolete unit of weight in the early metric system approximately equivalent to 50 grams.
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Marketing for e-cigarettes often describes them as emitting only "harmless water vapor." (Grana & Ling, 2014c).
| To make the meatballs, combine 700g lamb mince, 200g breadcrumbs, 500ml milk, 100g grated Grana Padano Riserva, 10g chopped parsley, 10g chopped basil, 1/2 a crushed clove of garlic in a mixing bowl.
Grana was ordered to transport the drugs to Middlesbrough - only to be stopped in Halifax, West Yorkshire, where he was arrested after cocaine was recovered in a sports bag beneath the front passenger seat of the car he was driving.
Cantor Stoneburner Ford Grana and Buckner in particular has over 100 verdicts and settlements in excess of USD 1m.
The new firm, with 14 lawyers, will be known as Breit Cantor Grana Buckner.
Remove the rice from the heat, stir in the butter, grated Grana Padano and half the Robiola di Roccaverano.
Grana y Montero continua desarrollando sus proyectos de ingenieria y construccion con base en la receta que ha priorizado la calidad en el servicio durante sus 85 anos de historia.
For the current edition, we are focusing on the management styles of Nutresa, Fibria, ISA, and Grana y Montero
John Grana (55) appeared at Stirling Sheriff Court for sentencing this week after behaving in a threatening and abusive manner during the telephone conversation on the morning of July 26 last year.
found all of the supermarkets' standard pestos contained cheaper alternatives, such as cashew nuts, sunflower oil and grana padano or pecorino romano cheese.
This type of violence, episodic and reactive, is characterized by mild acts of aggression (i.e., pushing or slapping) and is bidirectional in nature (Grana & Cuenca, 2014; Jose & O'Leary, 2009).