Rovero

All Noun
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  • Rovero called herself Forrest Gump because she kept finding herself in interesting situations.
  • The Rovero family-old and distinguished-had struggled against the misfortunes brought upon them by their son Lorenzo. Cited from Our World, by Francis Colburn Adams
  • General P -- is a distant relation of the Rovero family. Cited from Our World, by Francis Colburn Adams
  • Rovero has a feline allergy, and within 30 minutes her face was red and puffy, causing the session to be canceled.
  • Rovero, ere he married Franconia's mother, sold Sylvia Maldonard, who was my mother; and may angels bring glad tidings of her spirit! Cited from Our World, by Francis Colburn Adams
  • Rathbun, Rovero, and coauthors published their description of the species in an issue of the British Journal of Zoology.
  • Rovero suggested that the beautiful countryside in Venezuela would be a nice place for a Hawaiian Tropic shoot.
  • It had lately been proved that the Rovero family, instead of being rich, were extremely poor, their plantation having long been under a mortgage, the holder of which was threatening foreclosure. Cited from Our World, by Francis Colburn Adams
  • THE reader may remember, that we, in the early part of our narrative, made some slight mention of the Rovero family, of which Franconia and Lorenzo were the only surviving children. Cited from Our World, by Francis Colburn Adams
  • Jennifer Rovero was born in Austin, Texas, but during her childhood, she and her younger sister, Jamie, lived in Texas, California and Florida.
  • Other theories to the endangerment of the species may be due to hunting by local tribes, but this cannot be proven and was not seen while Rathbun and Rovero visited Tanzania.
  • Rathbun, unable to identify the shrew, went on a two-week expedition with Rovero in March 2006 to search for specimens of the shrew.
  • That the Rovero family were among the first of the State would not be received as a palliation; they had suffered reverses of fortune, and, with the addition of Lorenzo's profligacy, which had been secretly drawing upon their resources, were themselves well nigh in discredit. Cited from Our World, by Francis Colburn Adams
  • This new species was first seen when caught on film in 2005 by Francesco Rovero of the Museum of Natural Sciences in Trento, Italy, who set up camera traps and captured an unfamiliar elephant shrew.
  • De Luca and Rovero (2006) recommend the full protection of forests adjacent to the Udzungwa Mountains National Park and a survey of other East African groundwater-dependent forests for its presence.
  • Rathbun and Francesco Rovero of the Museum of Natural Sciences in Trento, Italy are published their findings regarding a new species of mammal in the February issue of the British Journal of Zoology.
  • Rovero entered and won the 1998 Miss Fiesta Playera pageant in Jacksonville Beach, which gave her the confidence to compete in Hawaiian Tropic swimsuit contests around the country.