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NATALE. The state of condition of a man acquired by birth.

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They were devastated and shocked CONO NATALE at how fast and vicious the bidding war was," Natale said.
In a statement Natale said, "I look forward to working closely with Darren Entwistle and the Telus executive leadership team to further the progression of our national growth strategy and in particular, to continue advancing our top priority of always putting our customers first .
Senator Di Natale does not have to recite it, indeed he doesn't even have to be in the Senate when it is said.
Natale said AT&T planned to roll out this programme in global hotel brands across the Middle East and Asia.
Di Natale angled an ambitious shot over after a rare misplaced pass from Joe Allen, but otherwise Liverpool ended the half in complete control, the interval statistics of 72% possession underlining their dominance.
ROONEY Backed heavily for opener DI NATALE Great value to score first
ITALY: Buffon 8, Chiellini 7, De Rossi 8, Bonucci 7, Giaccherni 7, Marchisio 7, Pirlo 8, Thiago Motta 7 (Nocerino 88), Maggio 8, Cassano 7 (Giovinco 65, 7) , Balotelli 6 (Di Natale 55, 7).
Substitute Antonio Di Natale had given Italy the lead on the hour mark.
It proved Balotelli's final act as he was hauled off by Italy boss Cesare Prandelli in favour of Di Natale.
In what was a fantastic match the Azzurri had looked the more dangerous outfit and took the lead when substitute Di Natale latched onto midfield maestro Andrea Pirlo's perfect pass.
The Lorenzo Natale Prize is one of the most significant international prizes for journalists, concentrating on decent writing, development, human rights and democracy.
And the goalkeeper revealed he had indulged in a bout of sledging with Di Natale.