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  • Branduardi fans out in all directions like a modest peacock, from the infectious opener "Il Lobro" to the quasi Caribbean title cut to pastoral "Natale" to the Irish Italian marriage of

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  • "There have been lots of romances that have started over the meat case and the produce department," Natale said, noting that Wegmans has hosted a couple of weddings over the years.

    New Prince George's Wegmans becoming a social hot spot

  • The Rochester, N.Y., chain of 77 stores adopted a bigger, sturdier bag to boost the average number of items per bag, but customers complained that the filled bags were too heavy, says spokeswoman Jo Natale .

    At Supervalu, Cost Cuts Are in the Bag

  • Milano was not one to grant interviews, but on occasion he spoke with Cleveland Press reporter Tony Natale or Mairy Jayn Woge of the Cleveland Plain Dealer.

    Kill the Irishman

  • Di Natale scored a career best 29 league goals that season, accounting for more than half of Udinese's 54 total goals, earning the Italian Player of the Year award and the first of two straight capocannonieri titles, awarded annually to the leading scorer in Serie A.

    A Striker From the Shadows

  • Listed at 5-feet-7 and 154 pounds, Di Natale was long considered too small short and slight to play a central attacking role and was usually deployed on the wing.

    A Striker From the Shadows

  • Still, there are those who say Di Natale still has time to work his way back into the national team—even at his advanced age.

    A Striker From the Shadows

  • Despite being one of the few Italian players to emerge with any credit from a dismal 2010 World Cup, Di Natale hasn't featured for the national team under new coach Cesare Prandelli.

    A Striker From the Shadows

  • With a stunning spree that was more than a decade in the making, Udinese striker Antonio Di Natale has finished as the leading scorer in Serie A for the past two seasons and, with 10 goals from 15 games this year, has amassed a combined 67 league goals since August 2009.

    A Striker From the Shadows

  • But when Italy striker Fabio Quagliarella left Udinese to join Juventus on the eve of the 2009-10 season, former head coach Pasquale Marino opted to field Di Natale, then 31 years old, as a center-forward.

    A Striker From the Shadows

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