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™ a construction toy consisting of plastic bricks and other standardized components that fit together with studs
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If not, the far-right Matteo Salvini of the Lega wins the Quirinale Palace as the leader of a coalition with Berlusconi's Forza Italia.
Lega Nord was established in the 1990s to campaign for an independent state of "Padania", stretching across Italy's north, from around Lombardy in the west to Venice in the east.
Lega is hopeful the findings can help scientists better understand and treat a range of conditions involving memory impairment, from epilepsy to Alzheimer's disease.
A defeat for Renzi will be read as a victory for Italy's two major populist parties: the Lega Nord and the larger Five Star Movement, led by the comedian Beppe Grillo," explains Mario Margiocco for Project Syndicate.
But there was a hint of trouble ahead when he slapped his assistant during Pisa's 2-1 victory over Lega Pro title rivals SPAL.
This may in part be explained by increased health care visits and screening tests following a diagnosis of diabetes," said Iliana Lega, Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto in Canada.
He said that the continued imprisonment of these leaders had no constitutional or lega justification.
La ricostruzione del percorso etimologico di Leopardi si basa su una mole di documenti letterari in cui il discorso sulla lingua e sul linguaggio si lega strettamente a quello sulla storia dell'uomo, ai concetti di cultura e societa, come e messo giustamente in evidenza anche nella "Prefazione" di Diego Poli ("La storia delle lingue e la storia della mente umana: la filosofia di Leopardi come atto di inventio della lingua", pp.
The same has to be suggested for the Vlams Belang, Austria's Freedom Party, Lega Nord (Italy), Slovak Nationalists and perhaps others.
However, only one has ever had any significant electoral success: Italy's Lega Nord (Northern League).
This could also include Belgium's Vlaams Belang, Italy's Lega Nord and Austria's Freedom Party.
The Lega Serie A had banned them as punishment for their "geographically discriminatory chants" aimed at Napoli fans in last week's match.