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autostrada

an Italian motorway
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The picture shows them carrying a two-kilometre-long flag along Mezzeh Autostrade -- this supposedly proves that the regime, despite its mass murder of Syrian civilians, is a patriotic one.
The raids on South America and the United States were among the main propaganda achievements of Fascism (sharing their international success with the autostrade and the railway speed record), building a bridge to the large Italian communities settled on the other side of the Atlantic.
Autostrade in Maadi and getting away with LE3,100 ($555).
Non piu un volume in brossura, ma un agile libretto spillato, con una copertina arancione (stesso tono delle strisce interne) sulla quale campeggia la sola scritta JCT 1 (il nome, che sta per Junction, come nelle autostrade americane, con il quale Diacono firma alcuni libri a cavallo fra gli anni '60 e '70).
Les travaux de renovation auront lieu dans la zone allant de la route de Autostrade jusqu'au tunnel Al Salam couvrant ainsi 30 kilometres de long.
The outlook reduction, which also affected Atlantia's wholly-owned unit Autostrade per I'Italia, mirrors the possibility for a downgrade if Atlantia does not cut its debt, S&P's credit analyst, Nicolas Baudouin, said in a statement.
1) and at the Second Level of Al Mokkatam Plateau, furthermore, the constructions deformation like that happened in the 15th of May City, Quarter 27 (Fig 2), and land subsidence like that occurred at several parts of Wadi Hof province and along the Autostrade form Al Maadi to the margins of 15th May towards Al Tebbeen.
Storia delle prime autostrade italiane (1922-1943): modernizzazione, affari e propaganda.
Moqattam, home to 25,000 or so, is the largest and is best approached from the six-lane Autostrade, which runs east out of Cairo towards Nasr City.
In this document, it showed that the Italian government had deliberately taken measures preventing the repurchase of the motorway company Autostrade by its Spanish competitor Abertis.
Italy's Autostrade and Spain's Abertis scrapped their e1/425 billion plan to merge.
Like all the best holidays, getting there was half the fun, though we could have lived without the two hours driving around Pisa trying to find an autostrade that all our maps told us was somewhere else.