Altamura


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Altamura

(äl'tämo͞o`rä), city (1991 pop. 57,874), Apulia, S Italy. It is a commercial and agricultural center. The imposing Romanesque cathedral, with twin campaniles, was begun by Emperor Frederick II in 1232.
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Carlo Altamura reported ties to Roche, Merck, and other companies.
has The final leg of Gino's Italian Escape starts on the 'heel' of Gino is rewarded in the town of Altamura - a place that is world-famous for its historic bread.
As a consequence, a significant percentage of preschool children lack the skills required to be socially successful (Elliott & Gresham, 1991; McCabe & Altamura, 2011).
Lawman has had a strong sophomore year and his half-sister to Classic-placed Group 3 winner Soul City has plenty of residual breeding value (886), while Teofilo is another who enjoyed a strong second season with his offspring and he is represented by a half-sister to Group 3 winner Aynthia out of Listed winner Altamura (889).
Significant changes were made to Gran Colombia's local security team after Restrepo's murder, according to Luca Altamura, director of sustainability ability for Gran Colombia, who notes that the local security team structure and rules "and some security staff" were changed, "in order to make the community feel better.
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