Gradisca d'Isonzo

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Gradisca d'Isonzo

(grädē`skä dēsôn`tsō), town, Friuli–Venezia Giulia, NE Italy, on the Isonzo River, near the Slovenian border. It is an agricultural center. The town was founded (late 15th cent.) by Venice as a fortress against the Turks. From 1754 to 1918 it formed with Gorizia (Görz) the crown land of Görz-Gradisca in the Austrian province of Küstenland.
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24) Magali Noel e un'attrice francese nota soprattutto per aver interpretato il ruolo di Gradisca in Amarcord (1973) di Fellini.
Customers in Reggio Emilia are being urged to walk to and from the market while donkeys Giada and Gradisca do the heavy lifting.
Patrizia D'Addario made the disclosures about Berlusconi's private life in her kiss-and-tell book Gradisca, Presidente ("Take Your Pleasure, Prime Minister"), which recently hit the Italian shelves.
Such a disenchanted perspective of reality recalls not only Tondelli's Camere separate, where the protagonist painfully conquers maturity, but also the closing sequence of Amarcord, where the escapist ideals of Gradisca are exchanged for marriage to an Italian carabiniere.
VINCENT Butler's last official involvement as Ireland's under-16 manager will be next weeks Gradisca tournament in Italy.
The German hospital ships Tubingen and Gradisca passed through Allied lines in the Adriatic to succor wounded and sick troops from Salonica.
The 18th Earl of Derby exchanged his Amboyna, a Bois Roussel half-sister to Alycidon, for Elisabeth Couturie's Gradisca, whose dam was a half-sister to the noted sire Rialto.
For the contest, Brasilia furnished six of its Gradisca Three Group Digital models - three for coffee bean espresso, three adapted for pods.
Credete forse che Dio gradisca quest) sacrificii impuri, queste vittime sforzate [?
Featured event sponsors include Gramercy Tavern, Gradisca, The Libertine, Olana, Diageo, Macelleria, Wine Cellar Sorbet, Palm Bay International, and more.
Extracts from the book, entitled Gradisca, Presidente (Take Your Pleasure, Prime Minister), were published in the left-wing newspaper Il Fatto Quotidiano, reports Times Online.
Patrizia D'Addario, who makes the disclosure in her memoir Gradisca, Presidente ("Take Your Pleasure, Prime Minister"), said she was invited to the politician's bedroom on November 4, the day of the US election.