Mato is a Spanish, traditional, farmhouse fresh cheese resembling fromage frais, made from goat's and cow's milk in the Catalonia region.
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The Maťo was an 8-bit personal computer produced in the former Czechoslovakia by Štátny majetok Závadka š.p., Závadka nad Hronom. Their primary goal was to produce a personal computer as cheaply as possible, and therefore it was also sold as a self-assembly kit. It was basically modified PMD ...
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abbreviation: Military Air Traffic Operations
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Mató (məˈto) is a Catalan fresh cheese made from cows` or goats` milk, with no salt added. It is usually served with honey, as a dessert. It is quite similar to non-industrial variants of Italian ricotta, brull (in Maestrat), brossat (in Occitania), brocciu (in Corsica), curd cheese, or Caleb Yo...
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Matō is a surname in the Fate/stay night series and can refer to the family name, or in reference to one of the following characters: ...
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[illustrator] ==Awards== The Nickelodeon Magazine Comics Awards in 2009 for Favorite Manga series was awarded for Best of Pokémon Adventures by Hidenori Kusaka and Mato. ...
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