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  • Mike Mastrangelo, lifetime motorcycle enthusiast and also a distributor for Zero Motorcycles, was at the event and gave me the inside scoop about why he loved this bike so much that he went to work for the company.

    Lea Bogdan | Inhabitat

  • And when their first big song came out, "I Wonder Why," this was 1958, and you hear this kind of nasally bass coming out of Carlo Mastrangelo.

    'Amore': Italian-American Singers In The 20th Century

  • Together with Milano, Carlo Mastrangelo and Angelo D'Aleo, Dion and the Belmonts rose from neighborhood street corners to the top of the pop charts in the 1950s with songs like "I Wonder Why" and "A Teenager in Love."

    The Eternal Teenager in Love

  • Other recent studies by Giuseppe Mastrangelo at the University of Padua in Italy found that dairy farmers exposed to high levels of manure dust are up to five times less likely to develop lung cancer than their colleagues who work in open fields.

    Cancer and the bacterial connection « Isegoria

  • "We have a significant number of stores in the New York area," spokesman Andrew Mastrangelo says.

    USATODAY.com - New Yankee stands to cash in on endorsements

  • "We thought that we could change things in the fourth set, and maybe if we were lucky we could fight for the gold medal in the fifth set, but this is Brazil," said Italian middle blocker Luigi Mastrangelo, who pulled his blue jersey over his face and buried his head in his hands on the bench after Godoy Filho spiked the ball off libero Damiano Pippi on match point.

    USATODAY.com - Brazil men win volleyball gold

  • Joseph R. Mastrangelo, a vice president with G.E.'s oil and gas division, said the acquisition would allow the company and its industrial and offshore oil and gas customers, for example, to readily replace inefficient fixed-speed drive technology with Converteam's more flexible variable-speed systems, saving energy.

    NYT > Global Home

  • They are Andrew Mastrangelo, director for corporate communications; Marcy Rose, quality assurance manager; and Elizabeth Sklar, emerging technology and digital strategist.

    NYT > Home Page

  • According to the review, Mastrangelo argues that "Prudentius has never been given his due" and that lack of recognition for Christian poets in general goes back to Eusebius, whose

    The Way of the Fathers

  • "We're going to serve barbecued Speducci mini lamb skewers and Arancini rice balls filled with ham and cheese and peas all weekend," Mastrangelo said.

    Toronto Sun

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