Synonyms for scarselli or Related words with scarselli

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Examples of "scarselli"
Adolfo Scarselli (1866-1945) was an Italian painter.
Scarselli is an Italian surname. Notable people with the surname include:
The company’s head office operates out of New York City, and they have main offices in Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Shenzhen. Scarselli Diamonds was among the first diamond companies to have a diamond collection admitted to a museum. Scarselli Diamonds is a certified member of RapNet and DDCNY.
Leonardo Scarselli (born April 29, 1975 in Florence) is an Italian professional road bicycle racer for UCI Professional Continental cycling team .
Scarselli Diamonds is a multinational B2B and B2C retailer of exotic fancy color diamonds, color diamond jewelry, and rare gemstones. The company was founded in Italy in 1957 and moved its operations to the US in 1978. Scarselli Diamonds offers high end natural fancy color diamonds, the majority of which are yellow diamonds, pink diamonds, red diamonds, blue diamonds, and some colorless diamonds, although they also sell noteworthy precious gemstones including emeralds, sapphires, and rubies.
Leonardo Scarselli was free of the main field for most of the stage after escaping early in the morning. The bunch caught him with to race, though. David García won the climb in Trieste to become the first wearer of the green jersey, and Alessandro Petacchi won the group sprint to the line, narrowly edging out race leader Mark Cavendish.
Around this period Scarselli, Coppola and Pausano obtained the land for Stabia where the "Stadio Romeo Menti" would much later be built. After playing at the top level of the Italian Championship, they spent some time in the "Seconda Categoria" and then in 1929 they dropped down to the third level of Italian football.
Chiriaco, M., I. Brigida, P. Ariganello, S. Di Cesare, G. Di Matteo, F. Taus, D. Cittaro, D. Lazarevic, A. Scarselli, V. Santilli, E. Attardi, E. Stupka, S. Giannelli, M. Fraziano, A. Finocchi, P. Rossi, A. Aiuti, P. Palma, and C. Cancrini. 2015. A case of APDS patient: defects in maturation and function and decreased in vitro anti-mycobacterial activity in the myeloid compartment. Clin Immunol.
While the drink's origins are unknown, the most widely reported account is that it was first mixed in Florence, Italy, in 1919, at Caffè Casoni (formerly Caffè Giacosa), located on Via de' Tornabuoni and now called Caffè Roberto Cavalli. Count Camillo Negroni concocted it by asking the bartender, Fosco Scarselli, to strengthen his favorite cocktail, the Americano, by adding gin rather than the normal soda water. The bartender also added an orange garnish rather than the typical lemon garnish of the Americano to signify that it was a different drink.
The Aurora Green Diamond is a vivid green diamond with VS2 clarity. In May 2016, the Aurora Green became the largest ever vivid green diamond to ever sell at auction. The record was previous held by a 2.54 carat Fancy Vivid Green VS1 diamond that was sold by Sotheby’s on November 17, 2009 for $1.22 million per carat according to the Diamond Investment & Intelligence Center. On May 31, 2016, the diamond, which was originally owned by Scarselli Diamonds was sold by Christie's for a record price per carat of $3.3 million to Chinese jewelry company Chow Tai Fook, totaling $16.8 million.
Three riders broke free of the peloton after — Mikhail Ignatiev, Leonardo Scarselli, and Björn Schröder. Their maximum advantage was 5'20", but the peloton had no trouble catching them. Ignatiev and Scarselli were absorbed with left to race, while Schröder fought on alone, being caught at around to go. Despite being seven riders deep in the bunch with under to go, Mark Cavendish was able to get a successful leadout from Edvald Boasson Hagen and Mark Renshaw to pick up his third stage win of the Giro. The leadout was so fast that only 21 riders had the same time as the stage winner — another 89, including each of the top ten in the General classification (GC), were eight seconds back. Cavendish actually missed the start of the stage, after becoming stuck in the race village due to his habit of lining up on the start of the race at the last minute to avoid press. He was picked up by a Rabobank team car, which was also running late, and brought back to the field by them. He went on to win the stage.