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In keeping with the attention to detail that makes La Scala special, great care is taken to ensure that the extensive wine list offers options most suitable to match menu offerings.
The board will help determine where the Center will direct their focus and funds in order to best meet the interests of all Scala users.
His choice of tale, a courtly romance, features the word "desire" (or similar words) fourteen times (as an aside, Scala mentions that the Parson uses the term sixteen times, which is likely due to its being a redacted confessional manual) (44).
If a FIFA president does two or three cycles that is enough," Scala is quoted as saying.
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After undergoing extensive quality assurance testing, Newmarket International and Scala confirmed that the interface has met stringent certification requirements, the statement said.
With so few Pulses on the road, the Scala can pass off as a new car despite the fact that it comes a good 8 months after the small car's launch in this year's auto expo in January.
No matter, a trip to La Scala would be for the food not the interior decorating, and when your interest is the meal, there is no question that La Scala is first-rate and well worth the visit.
The area has already attracted a range of media and creative businesses and four individual suites are available in the Scala building but there could also be combinations of suites.
Inaugurated in August 1778, the La Scala Theatre (Teatro alla Scala) is recognized as one of the leading opera and ballet theatres in the world.
La Scala Ristorante did not only draw the Maltese cuisine near, it marked its opening day with over 250 customers that rushed in to have a first taste of its cuisine and food varieties.
Workers at the famed opera house have been staging strikes for three months, prompting an emotional outcry from general manager Stephane Lissner, who on July 7 warned that "La Scala will close down" unless the Silvio Berlusconi government acts quickly.