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“The groom's mother was called Tullia, Tullia Longina Since she shared her husband's family name, it must be a marriage between cousins, probably for money reasons.”
“Tullia, which is full of true feeling and kindliness, though evidently composed with effort, if not with difficulty.”
“In the year 76 B.C. C.cero became father of a daughter, whom we shall know as Tullia -- who, as she grew up, became the one person whom he loved best in all the world -- and was elected Quaestor.”
“In the year 76 B.C. C.cero became father of a daughter, whom we shall know as Tullia ” who, as she grew up, became the one person whom he loved best in all the world ” and was elected Quaestor.”
“Tullia' (so he said) 'had left the stage to be his alone, to be a good and charming wife.”
“The main message from the statement is that Greece must restore momentum on fiscal consolidation and a structural reform, which is a necessary condition to eventually improve market sentiment, said Tullia Bucco , economist at UniCredit Research.”
“Obviously, investors will keep on eye on the strike," said Tullia Bucco, economist at UniCredit in Milan.”
“We think that political divisions are likely to keep weighing on the drafting of the program, but the involvement of IMF and EU officials should help ease potential tensions and forge a consensus on the needed measures," UniCredit economist Tullia Bucco said.”
“The survey confirms that the Spanish labor market remains very subdued, although the unemployment rate may be close to a peak," said Tullia Bucco , an economist at Unicredit.”
“Tullia had already left Rome with her husband for the safety of the country, after an emotional scene with Cicero, so the only member of the family present was Terentia.”
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