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  • "To avoid a bigger correction, a big and surprising solution must come out of Europe," said Lorenzo Di Mattia , manager of Sibilla Global Fund.

    Global Pain Shakes the DJIA Again

  • "Call the bank to see if the money is there," says Lorenzo Di Mattia , manager of Sibilla Global Fund.

    Danger! Danger!

  • "There is a lot of forced liquidation," said Lorenzo Di Mattia , manager of Sibilla Global Fund, and such actions "might last another day perhaps."

    Investors Take Flight, Search for Safe Havens

  • Lorenzo Di Mattia, manager of hedge fund Sibilla Global Fund, says the market may be underestimating the negative implications of a GM bankruptcy filing.

    Bank Rally Helps Stocks Cut Losses

  • He goes back to work and seeinghis beautiful young assistant, Sibilla, tickles his pylorus.

    The Flame is Extinguished « So Many Books

  • Mrs. Pritchard didn't wait for an answer, but went on: "I thought your cousin Sibilla looked charming."

    A Summer Idyll

  • Juliana, tall and imposingly built and dressed rather strangely in an enormous cloak, a wide brimmed felt hat and a vivid green dress; Sibilla, a smaller, paler edition of her sister and dressed, like Phoebe, in a classic suit, and lastly Cornelius, bearing a strong family likeness to George although he was shorter and more solidly built.

    A Summer Idyll

  • Dabrichecourt married Elizabeth, daughter and heir of Sibilla, daughter of Thomas de Saye, and held in her right Strathfield-Saye.

    Chaucer's Official Life

  • Tannhäuser is attached in Italy to the Monte della Sibilla near

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 9: Laprade-Mass Liturgy

  • Collard Dabrichecourt married Elizabeth, daughter and heir of Sibilla, daughter of Thomas de Saye, and held in her right Strathfield-Saye.

    Chaucer's Official Life

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