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Rigi

(rē`gē), mountain, in the Alps, N central Switzerland, between the lakes of Lucerne, Zug, and Lauerz, rising to 5,908 ft (1,801 m) at the Kulm, the highest peak. Ascended by rack-and-pinion railways (built in the 1870s), it commands one of the most famous views in the world—a panorama of nearly 180 mi (290 km).

Rigi

a mountain in the Alps of N central Switzerland, between Lakes Lucerne, Zug, and Lauerz
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Righi L, Sapino A, Marchio C, Papotti M, Bussolati G.
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Righi D, Elsass F (1996) Characterization of soil clay minerals: decomposition of X-ray diffraction diagrams and high resolution electron microscopy.
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The Press briefing was attended by Stefano Basile, worldwide commercial director of Richard Ginori; Massimiliano Righi, area manager of Richard Ginori for the Middle East, Africa and Latin America; and other dignitaries from both organisations.
Destes materiais, desenvolveram-se mantos arenosos profundos, formados por pedogenese in situ como demonstram os estudos no Estado do Amazonas (BRAVARD e RIGHI, 1990; ANDRADE et al.
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The oligochaetes were identified under an optical microscope to the lowest taxonomic level possible, according to the criteria suggested by Brinkhurst and Jamieson (1971), Righi (1984) and Brinkhurst and Marchese (1992).
3), and the different girdle formations (see Righi 1971; Kaas & Van Belle 1994).