Campobasso


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Campobasso

(käm'pōbäs`sō), city (1991 pop. 50,941), capital of Molise and of Campobasso prov., S central Italy. It is an agricultural and industrial center. Manufactures include cement, soap, textiles, and cutlery. In the city are a 15th-century castle and a museum of archaeology.
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Colavita traces its roots to the small town of Sant'Elia a Pianisi, twenty miles east of Campobasso in the Molise region of Italy.
Incumbent Peter CampoBasso did not take out papers for re-election.
Panfili, Department of Agro-Food Science and Technology and Environmental Microbiology, Universita degli Studi del Molise, Via de Sanctis, 86100 Campobasso, Italy; phone: +39 0874 4041; email: panfili@unimol.
The alarm was raised by a team of Italian scientists from the Research Laboratories at the Fondazione di ricerca e cura Giovanni Paolo II - Catholic University of Campobasso who published in the British Medical Journal, BMJ Open, the results of a study on 13,000 subjects.
initiative subsidies the start-up of innovative companies in this region and Cryo-Save has obtained funding for the development of cryopreservation techniques of cord tissue, in Campobasso, at the 'Giovanni Paolo II' Centre for Research and Training on High Technology.
According to a recent study concluded by the Research Laboratories at the Fondazione di Ricerca e Cura in Campobasso, Italy, moderate consumption of beer has the same positive cardiovascular effects as wine.
The previous record, set on May 13 last year, was in the Italian city of Campobasso, when 1,220 people were tested.
Oregon's small schools have fared better, said Kathy Campobasso, project director of the Oregon Small Schools Initiative, which coordinated the grants and has tracked their progress with continued funding from the Meyer Memorial Trust.
That came in 2003, when after scoring for the B team in a 2-1 defeat by Scotland Future at Glasgow's Firhill Stadium, the home of Partick Thistle, Jones made his full debut in the 2-0 defeat by Italy at Campobasso, in the South of the country.
Rene's army included recruits from Alsace and Switzerland as well as, unbeknownst to Charles, his own perfidious Italian condottiere, Campobasso.
Behind the work of Ragni, Procaccini, and now Guida must be an unacknowledged source of information, presumably in the papers kept by the Jovine family, or in the library at Campobasso, where I saw a typed list some years ago.
Earlier, police headquarters in Campobasso, near the south-central town of San Giuliano Di Puglia, said a boy was found alive in the school rubble nearly 24 hours after Thursday's quake struck.