Calabrian


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Calabrian

[kə′läb·rē·ən]
(geology)
Lower Pleistocene geologic time.
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No information on the influence of sites on the sapwood and heartwood ratios of calabrian pine wood has been found in the literature so far.
Thereby, in this study we aimed at investigating the influence of site index on the mechanical properties, such as compressive, bending (modulus of rupture [MOR]), izod impact, and tensile strengths) of calabrian pine wood largely and naturally grown in K.
The crackdown was aimed at the 'ndrangheta, the Calabrian version of the Sicilian Mafia.
The fire broke out at a Calabrian pine forest in Ferhatly neighborhood at around 11 p.
More than 200 migrants arrived at the Calabrian port of Crotone in south-west Italy on board the Belgian navy ship Godetia.
The road show also aimed to promote new business relations between the UAE and the Calabria region by facilitating the investments in the region, and focusing on the internationalisation of Calabrian companies.
Yesterday a further 446 were rescued from a leaking ship about 80 miles south of the Calabrian coast.
The most populated city and the seat of the Calabrian Regional Council, however, is Reggio.
A paccheri napoletana, a dish of spicy Calabrian sausage and a garlicy, thick tomato sauce served with the big tube paccheri pasta (PS10.
It is here that the debate on the 'Ndrangheta begins," the Calabrian bishops said in the document.
Italian Coast Guard spokesman Filippo Marini said that after several hours of struggling in rough seas, rescue teams managed to secure the Ezadeen for towing toward the southern Calabrian region.
For main I had pizza piccante (PS11), with spicy Calabrian sausage, roast red pepper, tomato and mozzarella.