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  • DiSpirito alleges that, among other things, China Group Management made him use frozen pasta and, worse, wouldn't pay his 79-year-old mother, Nicolina, who toiled away making meatballs.

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  • Just before things turn ugly (or uglier) for the characters in Maria Messina's startling 1921 novel, A House in the Shadows, a young woman named Nicolina, who lives with her married sister and is about to become the mistress of her despotic brother-in-law, gazes down at her newborn niece:

    In Sicilian Shadows

  • Last but not at all least, my family: My mama, Nicolina, for her support and love.

    Rocco’s 5 Minute Flavor

  • Authorities say 45-year-old Nicolina McLean of Coventry was arrested earlier this week when she happened to drive by the town police detective investigating the threats.

    KansasCity.com: Front Page

  • Nicolina McLean, 45, of Coventry, was charged this week with threatening two First Niagara Bank branches in Coventry, about 20 miles east of Hartford, and a third in neighboring Mansfield.

    SFGate: Don Asmussen: Bad Reporter

  • Women Impacting Public Policy PAC, Washington, D.C., Treasurer: Nicolina A.

    HUFFPOST FUNDRACE -- Lobbyists Occupy Romney

  • By way of example, in Girls’ Primary School No. 1 in the Nicolina district of Jassy, there were ninety-nine Jewish pupils and forty-nine Christian pupils in the year the law was enacted.

    Romania, Women and Jewish Education.

  • She is the granddaughter of Cosmo and Antoinetta Boniello, Tony and Anna Polster, and Nicolina (Lee) Capezzuto.

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