Alcamo


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Alcamo

(äl`kämō), city (1991 pop. 42,621), NW Sicily, Italy. It is an agricultural and industrial center and is noted for its white wine. The ruins of the ancient Greek settlement of Segesta are nearby.
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China and Europe may not be able to close the gap, said Alcamo.
1] Joseph Alcamo, "Water and fire: Water needs of future coal development in the Soviet Union and the United States", Resources and Energy, 6(2), June 1984, 77-105.
We'll be done sometime in the next couple months with the passive quarry drain, but we'll have to study to see what the effects are on the springs on the site," Alcamo said.
The Great Recovery of 2010 is underway, and in broadcasting, it is strong," said Michael Alcamo, president of the bank.
Since 1970, we have reduced animal populations by 30%, the area of mangroves and sea grasses by 20% and the coverage of living corals by 40%," said the United Nations Environment Programme's Chief Scientist Prof Joseph Alcamo.
On the contrary, the western side has been traditionally planted with white grapes [Insolia, Grillo, Catarratto], to produce the light-bodied Alcamo DOC whites and the fortified Marsala.
In addition, the SPI Equipment Council elected Bart Alcamo of RBK Tool & Die and Sandy Guthrie of Merritt Davis to serve as representatives of the council on SPI's executive board for terms beginning January 1, 2004, and ending December 31, 2005.
Anna di Isola Calabria Capo Rizzato, Savuto, Pellaio, Soluto, Lamezia, Bianco di Squillace Etna (Bianco, Bianco Superiore, Rosso Rosato), Marsala,Moscato di Pantelleria Naturale o Passito di Pantelleria, Bianco Sicilia Alcamo, Cerasuolo di Vittoria, Moscato di Siracusa, Faro, Malvasia delle Lipari, Draceno, Albanello di Siracusa, Eloro, Regaleali
COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Earl Boykins of Eastern Michigan scored 16 points to lead the United States to its second straight University Games victory, 88-48 over Britain at Alcamo, Sicily.
Alcamo (1977), Domestic cockroach and human bacterial disease, Pest Control 45:20-46.