Aversa


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Aversa

(ävĕr`sä), city (1991 pop. 54,032), Campania, S Italy. It is an agricultural and transportation center, noted for its sparkling white wine. It also produces shoes, mozzarella cheese, and other dairy and agricultural products. In the early 11th cent. the county of Aversa became the first possession of the Normans in Italy; it later was made part of the kingdom of Naples.
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According to Guinness World Records, the heaviest baby to survive a birth was a boy weighing 22lb 8oz at Aversa, Italy, in 1955.
The heaviest baby to survive was born to Carmelina Fedele in Aversa, Italy, in September 1955 - he weighed 22lb 8oz
The lucky mum was Carmelina Fedele (Italy) who gave birth at Aversa, Italy, in September 1955.
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Mr Stefano Aversa, of AT Kearney's automotive consultancy, said automotive suppliers' profits had been deteriorating for the last three years.
All of these writers from confinement would agree, I think, with the inmates of the Aversa hospital outside Naples that "i pazzi siete voi" where the "voi" stands for the uncomprehending forces that have not only sequestered but wish to silence them.
Aversa & Mancall, 1986; Callison & Daniels, 1988; Crane & Markowitz, 1994; Lathrop, 1989; Mancall, 1984; Neuman, 1993, 1995a, 1995b).
After the pair became friends, he asked her to go on holiday to Turkey where she would be given a bag to take to a rendezvous point in Aversa, near Naples, Italy.
Stefano Aversa, co-president of AlixPartners, said: "These two very significant appointments strengthen our on-the-ground team and position us better than ever to help clients in the region.
Service sampling, chemical analysis of the environmental, characterization of waste and top soil provided by the projects of the municipalities of Acerra, Afragola, Aversa, Caivano, Casal di Principe, Giugliano, Gricignano, Mondragone, Palma Campania, Pomigliano, Qualiano San Marcellino, San Prisco, Somma Vesuviana, Villa Literno, Castel Volturno, Eboli-Capaccio, Sessa Aurunca.
ProdecoTech co-founders, Daniel Del Aguila and James Aversa will also retain their leadership positions.