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important studies

Academy of Sciences), Italy (through the Comitato Nazionale di Ricerche) and various other countries in the then western and eastern sector of the world. IIASA became a meeting place for scholars and scientists of different countries and provided a bridging function for the scientific world, producing important studies in different fields, including climate change, energy and agriculture. Life Born in London, Mosley was educated at Eton (Eton College) and Balliol College


conservative social

location Chichester, U.K. Malden, MA year 2009 isbn 9781405154956 chapter Conservatism pages 65–66 The original "liberal conservatives" were those who combined conservative social attitudes with a classical-liberal economic outlook (economic liberalism). Over time, the majority of conservatives in the Western world came to adopt free-market economic ideas, to the extent that such ideas are now generally considered and termed "conservative". Nonetheless, in most countries the term "liberal" continues to be used to describe those with free market economic views. This is the case, for example, in mainland Europe (France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Spain) and (unusually for an English-speaking country) in Australia. *Ireland: Fine Gael *Italy: The People of Freedom *Jamaica: Jamaica Labour Party Larger windows than those on other floors are usually the most obvious feature of the ''piano nobile''. Often in England and Italy the ''piano nobile'' is reached by an ornate outer staircase, which negated the need for the inhabitants of this floor to enter the house by the servant's floor below. Kedleston Hall is an example of this in England, as is Villa Capra in Italy. '''Umberto Bossi''' (born September 19, 1941) is an Italian (Italy) politician, leader of the Northern League (Lega Nord), a party seeking autonomy (Autonomous entity) or independence for Northern Italy or Padania. He is married to Manuela Marrone MotherJones.com and has four sons (one of which was from his first wife). Career Wilson was educated at Coventry Technical College and Birmingham University. He served in the British Army during World War II in North Africa, Italy and Greece. After the war he made several unsuccessful attempts to win the Warwick and Leamington (Warwick and Leamington (UK Parliament constituency)) constituency in 1951, 1955, 1957 and 1959, before being successful in 1964 in Coventry South (Coventry South (UK Parliament constituency)), which he represented (later as Coventry South East (Coventry South East (UK Parliament constituency))) until retiring from Parliament in 1983. He also was a Warwickshire County Councillor from 1958, being leader of the Labour Group in the 1960s and from 1972 to 1993. *Kwangsi (China) (1911 - 1920) *Labin Republic (Italy Croatia) (1921) *Markovo Republic (Russia) (October 31, 1905 - July 18, 1906) UBL The XML message format for electronic invoices has been used in recent years. There are two standards currently being developed. One is the cross industry invoice under development by the United Nations standards body UN CEFACT and the other is UBL (Universal Business Language) (Universal Business Language) which is issued by OASIS (Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards) (OASIS (organization)). Implementations of invoices based on UBL are common, most importantly in the public sector in Denmark as it was the first country where UBL is mandated by law for all the invoices of the public sector. Further implementations are under way in the Scandinavian countries as result of the NES (North European Subset) project (Universal Business Language). Implementations are also underway in Italy, Spain, the Netherlands (UBL 2.0)


international theme

International Airport , which was renamed '''The Magic of Hong Kong Disneyland''' and managed by Hong Kong International Theme Parks. Disney also operated approximately 15 smaller-scale locations in airports throughout the United States, which were all shuttered in the early 2000s. Arcanite was first described in 1845 for an occurrence in old pine railroad ties in the Santa Ana tin mine, Trabuco Canyon, Santa Ana Mountains, Orange County, California, USA. ref


poetic talent

of Breitenfeld (1631) Battle of Breitenfeld and in many sieges. His poetic talent was only one of many accomplishments, but it commended him especially to Charles I (Charles I of England) and his queen, Henrietta Maria. He says of himself ("A Sessions of the Poets") that he "prized black eyes or a lucky hit at bowls above all the trophies of wit." Aubrey says that he invented the game of cribbage, and relates that his sisters came weeping to the bowling green


work leading

the Avogadro's law and the Avogadro constant), Evangelista Torricelli (inventor of barometer), Alessandro Volta (inventor of electric battery), Guglielmo Marconi (inventor of radio), Ettore Majorana (who discovered the Majorana fermions), Emilio G. Segrè (who discovered the elements technetium and astatine, and the antiproton), Carlo Rubbia (1984 Nobel Prize in Physics for work leading to the discovery of the W and Z particles at CERN). In biology, Marcello Malpighi founded microscopic anatomy, Lazzaro Spallanzani conducted important research in bodily functions, animal reproduction, and cellular theory, Camillo Golgi, whose many achievements include the discovery of the Golgi complex, paved the way to the acceptance of the Neuron doctrine, Rita Levi-Montalcini discovered the nerve growth factor (awarded 1986 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine). In chemistry, Giulio Natta received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1963 for his work on high polymers. Giuseppe Occhialini received the Wolf Prize in Physics for the discovery of the pion or pi-meson decay in 1947. Ennio de Giorgi, a Wolf Prize in Mathematics recipient in 1990, solved Bernstein's problem about minimal surfaces and the 19th Hilbert problem (Hilbert's nineteenth problem) on the regularity of solutions of Elliptic partial differential equations. Sport


diverse including

The lower Carnian fauna of the San Cassiano Formation (Dolomites, northern Italy) has been studied since the 19th century. Fossiliferous localities are many, and are distributed mostly in the surroundings of Cortina d'Ampezzo and in the high Badia Valley, near the village of San Cassiano, after which the formation was named. This fauna is extremely diverse, including ammonoids, gastropods, bivalves, echinoderms, calcareous sponge, corals, brachiopods, and a variety of less


shows played

. It was the only place for miles around that featured stage shows. Many fine road shows played here and moving pictures (film) were shown in the Opera House, also. The Dreamland Theater later became the popular movie theater in Krebs and it was owned and operated by Mr. & Mrs. David Holstead. Krebs also features prominently in Elmore Leonard's 1930's gangster novel, "The Hot Kid." Robert Burns moved to Dumfriesshire in 1788 and Dumfries itself in 1791, living there until his death on 21 July 1796. Today's Greyfriars Church overlooks the location of a statue of Burns, which was designed by Amelia Paton Hill, sculpted in Carrara, Italy in 1882, and was unveiled by future Prime Minister, Archibald Primrose, 5th Earl of Rosebery on 6 April 1882.


popular progressive

;nbsp;km northwest of Bologna. thumb upright Giacomo Brogi. (File:Brogi, Giacomo (1822-1881) - Giuseppe Verdi.jpg) '''Giacomo Brogi''' (6 April 1822 – 29 November 1881) was an Italian (Italy) photographer. '''Banco del Mutuo Soccorso''' is an Italian (Italy) rock band. A popular progressive rock band in the 1970s, they continued making music in the 1980s and 1990s. They are still active, playing live in 2007 and 2008 at NEARfest. History Inspired


extraordinary combination

Greek benefactor, George Averoff, whose name she consequently received. The ship was fitted with an extraordinary combination of Italian engines, French boilers, British artillery and German generators http: www.bsaverof.com .Such was the earnestness of the Greek Navy to acquire and put the ship into operational use that she was delivered with a known deficiency in the barrel of one of her 7.5 inch guns, a gouge in the barrel produced by a slipping of the rifling


small vocal

in Sopot Festival 2005 (Sopot International Song Festival), performing live her new song "Ev'ry Night". That performance caused wide controversies and Mandaryna was accused of having small vocal talent. However, "Ev'ry Night" became a massive hit in Poland. It was included on her second album, ''Mandarynkowy sen''. The record also contained a cover of Bon Jovi's "You Give Love a Bad Name (You Give Love a Bad Name (song))" and had 3-D cover

Italy

'''Italy''' ( and has the third largest economy in the Eurozone and the eighth (List of countries by GDP (nominal))-largest in the world. International Monetary Fund (IMF), World Economic Outlook (WEO) Database- GDP Nominal 2010 to 2019, imf.org, October 2014 Edition

Since ancient times (classical antiquity), Etruscan (Etruscan civilization), Magna Graecia and other cultures (Prehistoric Italy) have flourished in the territory of present-day Italy, being eventually absorbed by Rome (Ancient Rome), that has for centuries remained the leading political and religious centre of Western civilisation (Western world), capital of the Roman Empire and Christianity. During the Dark Ages (Dark Ages (historiography)), the Italian Peninsula faced calamitous invasions by barbarian tribes (Migration Period), but beginning around the 11th century, numerous Italian city-states rose to great prosperity through shipping, commerce and banking (indeed, modern capitalism has its roots in Medieval Italy). Especially during The Renaissance, Italian culture thrived, producing scholars, artists, and polymaths such as Leonardo da Vinci, Galileo, Michelangelo and Machiavelli. Italian explorers such as Polo (Marco Polo), Columbus (Christopher Columbus), Vespucci (Amerigo Vespucci), and Verrazzano (Giovanni da Verrazzano) discovered new routes to the Far East and the New World, helping to usher in the European Age of Discovery. Nevertheless, Italy would remain fragmented into many warring states for the rest of the Middle Ages, subsequently falling prey to larger European powers (Power (international relations)#Modern Age European powers) such as France (French First Empire), Spain (Spanish Empire), and later Austria (Austrian Empire). Italy would thus enter a long period of decline that lasted until the mid 19th century.

After various unsuccessful attempts, the second (Second War of Italian Independence) and the third (Third War of Italian Independence) wars of Italian Independence resulted in the unification (Italian unification) of most of present-day Italy between 1859-66.

Italy plays a prominent role in global military, cultural and diplomatic affairs "Italy plays a prominent role in European and global military, cultural and diplomatic affairs. The country's European political, social and economic influence make it a major regional power." See ''Italy: Justice System and National Police Handbook'', Vol. 1 (Washington, D.C.: International Business Publications, 2009), p. 9. and thus is considered a major regional power. "Operation Alba may be considered one of the most important instances in which Italy has acted as a regional power, taking the lead in executing a technically and politically coherent and determined strategy." See Federiga Bindi, ''Italy and the European Union'' (Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution Press, 2011), p. 171. Italy is a founding and leading member of the European Union. Italy is a member of numerous international institutions, including the UN, NATO, the OECD, the OSCE, the DAC (Development Assistance Committee), the WTO, the G4 (G4 (EU)), G6 (G6 (EU)), G7, G8, G10 (Group of Ten (economic)), G20, the Union for the Mediterranean, the Latin Union, the Council of Europe, the Central European Initiative, the ASEM and the Uniting for Consensus.

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