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gusto

(ˈgəsto)
1. n. beer. Can you stop at the filling station and get some gusto?
2. in. to drink beer. Don’t you ever do anything but gusto?
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Based in Bethesda, MD, Gusto provides multi-unit restaurant enterprises a cloud based technology platform that simplifies operations, improves speed of service, and provides the integration points necessary to enable the rapid deployment of emerging technology trends.
Also joining Gusto and Alchemist will be Nottinghambased coffee company 200 Degrees.
Gusto has restaurants in Scotland and the north of England, and most recently it opened restaurants in Leeds and Lytham.
COCKTAILS: Gaynor Williams of Bennett Williams Solicitors, with Lisa Furlong and Lisa Dicecco from Wirral Chamber at Gusto Heswall
The Austrian premium coffee business, currently marketed in over 70 countries, expects to see its UK turnover double following the purchase of Aroma and Gusto.
Dinner at Gusto Italian Restaurant is priced at AED 700 per couple and includes live entertainment and gift for the ladies.
The main entrees at Gusto! revolve around the concept of a 'grain bowl,' explains Pia Augusta Ojeda, managing partner of the restaurant she owns with her sister, Ana Ojeda-Osmena..
Ngayon kung may framework na ng a federal, bago i-finalize 'yan ipasok natin ang gusto ninyo [BBL will go first.
La formacion del gusto estetico es el proceso educativo gracias al cual la persona es capaz de disfrutar, no solo con la satisfaccion de los impulsos que le asaltan en cuanto se ve arrastrada por la corriente de sus propias vivencias, sino con una actividad desinteresada que podemos llamar "contemplativa".
Dovetail Systems Inc., the Bethesda-based developer of the Gusto point-of-sale platform, now has its platform in every Saladworks restaurant.
El objetivo de las lineas que siguen reside en analizar el potencial del concepto de "buen gusto" en la prensa portena entre 1801 y 1827 para indagar las diversas facetas de la sociabilidad y sensibilidad de la elite letrada.