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  • _Caduceus_, a favourite device of the Moro's, wrought in large pearls, each of which was said to be worth 25,000 ducats; while the balass ruby, known as the Marone, often worn as a brooch by Beatrice, was valued at

    Beatrice d'Este, Duchess of Milan, 1475-1497

  • How many times do you want to hear Marone – the A List here is bigger than that black cock I was sucking during the commercial!

    BEWARE OF BUSEY

  • Two relocated witnesses, Jerry Flori and Raymond Jesco, and the son of Anthony Marone, Jr., another relocated witness, were convicted.

    The Mob and Me

  • Surprisingly, Blumenthal and Marone do not mention Kennedy's work in their NEJM article.

    Maggie Mahar: What Does Health Care "Reform" Mean? How Soon Can We Get There? Part 1

  • The authors, Dr. David Blumenthal and James Marone, not only "revisit" the story of how Lyndon Johnson turned Medicare proposals into law; I am afraid that they also revise history: Blumenthal and Marone argue that LBJ fast-tracked Medicare through Congress and that Obama should follow his model: "Speed is of the essence."

    Maggie Mahar: What Does Health Care "Reform" Mean? How Soon Can We Get There? Part 1

  • In fact, says Chris Marone, Penn State professor of geosciences, enough heat emanates from the interior of the planet to make 200 cups of hot coffee per hour for each of Earth's 6.2 billion inhabitants

    The fire down below

  • E. COLLINS: Well, the crew is -- the booster's just separated, 150,000 feet, and the next big key word that they're looking for is the two engine TAL -- here -- OK, two engine Marone (ph), which means that they lose one engine and they have two good engines left, they can abort across the ocean and land in Spain.

    CNN Transcript Oct 23, 2007

  • The property was acquired by the Gaetani family at the end of the 19th century, and since 1992, the management has been under the Countess Noemi Marone Cinzano with advice from oenologist Dr. Giacomo Tachis.

    The World’s Greatest Wine Estates

  • The property was acquired by the Gaetani family at the end of the 19th century, and since 1992, the management has been under the Countess Noemi Marone Cinzano with advice from oenologist Dr. Giacomo Tachis.

    The World’s Greatest Wine Estates

  • The property was acquired by the Gaetani family at the end of the 19th century, and since 1992, the management has been under the Countess Noemi Marone Cinzano with advice from oenologist Dr. Giacomo Tachis.

    The World’s Greatest Wine Estates

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