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Crescenzio Sepe

  1. Asimismo, el Papa ha nombrado para sucederlo al Cardenal Crescenzio Sepe. (Web site)
  2. Crescenzio Sepe, prefecto de la Congregación para la Evangelización de los Pueblos. (Web site)
  3. Crescenzio Sepe, arzobispo titular de Grado, secretario general del Comité Central del Gran Jubileo del Año 2000. (Web site)


  1. Bari is a very homogenous city.
  2. Bari was wakened from its provincial somnolence by Napoleon's brother-in-law Joachim Murat.
  3. Bari is the capital city of the province of Bari and of the Apulia (or, in Italian , Puglia ) region, on the Adriatic sea , in Italy .
  4. Bari is separated into nine administrative divisions.
  5. Bari is the capital of the region, which is divided into the provinces (and their capitals by the same name) of Bari, Brindisi, Foggia, Lecce, and Taranto.


  1. Albania is a parliamentary democracy that is transforming its economy into a market-oriented system.
  2. Albania is the Medieval Latin name of the country, which is called Shqip--ri by the inhabitants.
  3. Albania was a constituent of the New Roman Empire envisioned by Italy's fascist dictator, Il Duce Benito Mussolini, and was in fact ruled by Mussolini.
  4. Albania was a constituent of the New Roman Empire envisioned by Italy's fascist dictator, Il Duce Benito Mussolini.
  5. Albania was enlarged by the annexation of Montenegro from the former Yugoslavia in 1941.


  1. The album was certified triple platinum.
  2. The album was released in Italy in October 2001 and was warmly received by both media and fans alike and hailed as one of the best records of the year.

Ancient Romans

  1. Ancient Romans are a culture studied all around the world. (Web site)
  2. The Ancient Romans is a very detailed and first-rate look at the structure of ancient Rome.
  3. The ancient Romans were great builders. (Web site)
  4. The ancient Romans were not the first to build aqueducts but they were the first to make them span large distances. (Web site)


  1. The anthem was sung for the first time the next day by a group of political exiles in the Caffè della Lega Italiana of Turin.
  2. The anthem was sung for the first time the next day by a group of political exiles in the Caff- della Lega Italiana of Turin.
  3. The anthem was written in 1847, the lyrics by Goffredo Mameli, a very young poet.

Arnold of Brescia

  1. Arnold of Brescia was born between 1100 and 1110 in Brescia, Italy. (Web site)
  2. Arnold of Brescia was compelled to flee to Paris. (Web site)

Arnoldo Mondadori

  1. Arnoldo Mondadori Editore SpA (traded at the Milan Stock Market) is Italy's leading publisher and one of Europe's leading publishing groups.
  2. Arnoldo Mondadori Editore, ( Borsa Italiana: MNDI) is the second most important publishing company in Italy. (Web site)
  3. Founded by the 18-year-old Arnoldo Mondadori in 1907 for the publishing of the magazine titled Luce!, it soon became an important publisher. (Web site)


  1. Author was a noted scholar of Scripture and Patrology.
  2. The author was a native monk and a complete stranger to Hellenic art. (Web site)

Bacco Baccanels

  1. Please search for Bacco Baccanels in Wikipedia to check for alternative titles or spellings.
  2. Tutti gli Mp3 di Bacco Baccanels, il corso e le origini.

Baldassare Franceschini

  1. Click the artwork titles below to see actual examples of artwork or works of art relevant to works by Baldassare Franceschini. (Web site)
  2. Britannica online encyclopedia article on Baldassare Franceschini: Italian painter of the Baroque era.


  1. The Barberini are a family of the Italian nobility that rose to prominence in 17th century Rome. (Web site)


  1. Belli is a physician-formulated, luxury skin care line specifically created to address the common concerns of pregnancy and early motherhood.


  1. Benetton is one of a number of multi-national clothing companies targeted by PETA because of its refusal to boycott Australian wool. (Web site)
  2. Benetton was established in 1965 as a partnership by the Benetton family in Ponzano Veneto, Italy. (Web site)

Benetton Family

  1. Four members of the Italian Benetton family founded the Benetton Group S.p.A. clothing company in 1965.
  2. The Benetton family also sells its 20 percent share in Olimpia, but it remains part of the controlling shareholder group. (Web site)
  3. Italy's Benetton family has taken a 20% stake in Austrian lingerie company Palmers Textil AG according to local press reports.

Bianca Cappello

  1. The central character, Bianca Cappello, is a historical figure, she was mistress then wife of Francesco de'Medici (1541-87).
  2. Last check: 2007-11-05) Francesco a --pous-- Bianca Cappello granduchessa, di Toscana, 2 le 5 juin 1578. (Web site)
  3. Francesco did not love her and instead favored a mistress, Bianca Cappello, a Venetian girl of noble descent who married a Florentine at 16. (Web site)


  1. The book is a collection of short stories written by authors who have been censored or banned in some form in the United States. (Web site)
  2. The book is organized with a commentary on the Sunday Lectionary, background on each text and practical applications.


  1. Brazil is a net exporter, having gone through free trade and privatization reforms in the 1990s.
  2. Brazil is the 10th largest energy consumer in the world and the largest in Latin America.
  3. Brazil was a colony of Portugal from its discovery by Pedro Álvares Cabral in 1500 until its independence in 1822. (Web site)
  4. Brazil was a colony of Portugal from its discovery by Pedro --lvares Cabral in 1500 until its independence in 1822.
  5. Brazil was in need of workers to embrace the vast coffee plantations, and Italian immigrants became a main source of manpower for that country. (Web site)


  1. Bruno was arrested and imprisoned in Rome, where after a lengthy confinement and a trial for heresy he was burned at the stake on Feb. (Web site)
  2. Bruno was arrested and tried in Venice until February 1593, when he was extradited to Rome. (Web site)
  3. Bruno was forced to flee from Naples, and later from Rome, to escape an official enquiry. (Web site)
  4. Bruno was the precursor of the idealistic schools. (Web site)


  1. Burgundio was one of the three Pisans who led the important embassy to Ragusa and Constantinople, which lasted for three years (1168-71).


  1. Cagnola was born in Milan. (Web site)


  1. Calabria is a region located in Italy. (Web site)
  2. Calabria is a narrow peninsula extending into the heart of the Mediterranean for three hundred kilometres.
  3. Calabria is the toe of the Italian boot.
  4. Calabria was devastated during the Gothic War before it came under the rule of a local dux for the Byzantine Empire.
  5. Calabria was first settled by Italic Oscan -speaking tribes.

Carlo Maria Martini

  1. Carlo Maria Martini is a Jesuit and a biblical scholar.


  1. Be sure to ask the Best Western Hotel Felice Casati staff if they can accommodate your seminar.
  2. Best Western Hotel Felice Casati Rates Many hotels on MeetingForce are discount hotels with discount hotel rates.
  3. Ask about Best Western Hotel Felice Casati group bookings and group travel packages - a deal for group travel, or a group travel discount.


  1. Castres is the capital of an arrondissement in the Tarn d--partement, itself in the Midi-Pyr--n--es r--gion. (Web site)
  2. Castres was linked to the French railway network in 1865. (Web site)
  3. Castres was one of the largest Protestant strongholds in southern France, along with Montauban and La Rochelle. (Web site)
  4. Castres was the finish of Stage 12 in the 2007 Tour de France. (Web site)

Cesare Correnti

  1. Risale a quest'anno il Ritratto di Cesare Correnti. (Web site)
  2. Per guardare Via Cesare Correnti a Milano cliccate qui per la versione in italiano.
  3. Para mirar Via Cesare Correnti en Milan, clicad en el boton arriba indicado.


  1. Coffee is a popular beverage prepared from the roasted seed s of the coffee plant.
  2. Coffee is one of the most widely consumed beverages in the world.
  3. Coffee is one of the world's most important primary commodities due to being one of the world's most popular beverages.


  1. Colombo was a devout Catholic.
  2. Colombo was originally part of what was called the Profaci family in New York. (Web site)
  3. Colombo was replaced as head of the Colombo family by Vincent Alo, and his assassination touched off a second intra-family war with the Gallo forces.
  4. Colombo was seriously wounded, but survived the shooting.


  1. Data are also included on educational status, labor force characteristics, households, housing, new-town characteristics, and internal migration.
  2. Data are from a 1988 labor force survey. (Web site)
  3. Data are from a wide variety of published sources.
  4. Data are from an additional questionnaire administered to 310,000 women as part of the 1982 census.
  5. Data are from interviews conducted among young adults in Buenos Aires, Mar del Plata, and Rosario.

Della Rovere

  1. Della Rovere is a noble historical family of Italy.
  2. Della Rovere is an old-fashioned Italian madhouse. (Web site)

De Vio

  1. De Vio was born in Gaeta in the kingdom of Naples, Italy on February 20, 1469 as Jacopo Vio. (Web site)
  2. De Vio was employed in several other negotiations and transactions, being as able in business as in letters. (Web site)

Dominic Mancini

  1. Dominic Mancini was an Italian who visited England during 1483 and left behind an account of the events he witnessed.
  2. Dominic Mancini was an Italian who visited England in 1482, left in 1483 and left behind an account of the events he witnessed. (Web site)
  3. Dominic Mancini was born into a well-known Roman family, the son of Alexander Mancini and Ambrosina Fabii. (Web site)


  1. E-brochure is an E-commerce campaign engine as your E-brochure can be linked to your website to drive more traffic to your website.
  2. E-brochure is the latest technology of internet marketing tool.
  3. E-brochure is your printed brochure or catalogue or other information material on your computer.


  1. Emigrants were often in the hands of emigration agents, whose job it was to make money for themselves by moving emigrants. (Web site)

Enrico Cosenz

  1. Enrico Cosenz (1812-1898) was an Italian soldier born at Gaeta on the 12th of January 1812. (Web site)
  2. The Enrico Cosenz (formerly the Agostino Bertani) was an Italian Cosenz Class torpedo boat of 635 tons displacement launched in 1917. (Web site)


  1. Eritrea is one of the newest and most promising nationsin Africa and containts remnants of some of its oldest civilizations. (Web site)
  2. Eritrea was awarded to Ethiopiain 1952 as part of a federation. (Web site)
  3. The Eritrea was an Italian sloop of 2172 tons displacement launched in 1936. (Web site)


  1. The Euro was an Italian Turbine Class destroyer of 1092 tons displacement launched in 1927. (Web site)
  2. The Euro was powered by three Express boilers with super heaters providing a top speed of 36 knots and carried a complement of 142. (Web site)

Fausto Pocar

  1. Maybe only then, Judge Fausto Pocar would have clearer picture of genocidal sufering that Col.
  2. In fact, original judges agreed he was responsible for complicity in genocide; however, Judge Fausto Pocar disagreed.
  3. Blagojevic "did not share the intention to commit genocide," stated chairman Judge Fausto Pocar (Italian). (Web site)

Fausto Sarli

  1. Fausto Sarli is one of the prestigious names of Rome's high fashion trade.

Francesco Caracciolo

  1. Francesco Caracciolo was born January 18, 1752 of a noble Neapolitan family. (Web site)

Fra Dolcino

  1. Fra Dolcino was an Italian heretic, burnt at the stake in 1307, and often described as being one of the Fraticelli.
  2. Fra Dolcino was inspired by the millenarist theories of Gioacchino da Fiore. (Web site)

Gabry Ponte

  1. Gabry Ponte is a former member of Eiffel 65, and is behind the successful remix of Haiducii's Dragostea Din Tei.
  2. Gabry Ponte is a living legend.
  3. Gabry Ponte is a musical genius, and while his work with Eiffel 65 is still his best, his solo work is amazing as well.
  4. Gabry Ponte is an Italian DJ best known for his membership in the Italian dance group Eiffel 65. (Web site)
  5. Gabry Ponte is an Italian DJ best known for his role in the popular Italian dance group Eiffel 65. (Web site)


  1. Garibaldi was called back from his successful march and resigned with a brief telegram reading only " Obbedisco " ("I obey"). (Web site)
  2. Garibaldi was taken by steamer to Varignano, where he was honorably imprisoned for a time, but finally released. (Web site)

Gaspare Campari

  1. Gaspare Campari was born in 1828 in the small town of Castelnuovo , the province of Lombardy , before Italy was unified.


  1. GELLI is a high octane fool.
  2. Gelli was also a member of the Knights of Malta.
  3. Gelli was expelled from the ''GOI'' freemasonry in October 31 , 1981.
  4. Gelli was in the Italian force, stationed in northern Italy in Trieste. (Web site)
  5. Gelli was still active in the Grand Orient's national affairs in 1978, financing the election of a Grand Master. (Web site)

Gianfranco Goria

  1. Gianfranco Goria is a cartoonist and script-writer (also for Disney Italy). (Web site)

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