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verso

[′vər·sō]
(graphic arts)
A left-hand page in a book, usually carrying an even page number.
The side of a page that is to be read second.
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Flora's sentence is Giudiziario Registro I, 16 recto; Hugonello's is 153 verso.
Tegna was imprisoned; Floriana, also accused by her husband, was contumacious; her ban is register 19, 6 verso.
9, 60 verso; Registro I, 6 recto, 189 verso, 192 verso, 519 recto, 521 recto, 639 verso.
Giudiziario Registro I contains a number of examples, including Passqua concubina Flederikelli at 74 recto and Lippa concubina at 288 verso.
Insult and blasphemy cases very often involved women: see for example ASO Giudiziario Exgravator II, 4 verso; Registro I, 15 recto, 231 recto, 254 recto, 275 recto for blasphemy cases; for examples of verbal defamation, Registro I 15 verso, 28 recto, 28 verso, 53 recto, 82 verso, 83 recto, 118 recto, 131 verso, 167 recto, 198 verso, 200 verso, 275 verso.
Verso partnered with one of its top customers, The National Geographic Society, to measure the carbon footprint of National Geographic magazine, which is printed on paper made at Verso's Androscoggin mill in Maine.
Building on its expertise in manufacturing lightweight papers that require fewer natural resources to produce, Verso expanded its product offerings to include a line of lightweight uncoated printing papers and a line of supercalendered papers for the magazine, catalog and retail insert markets.
During particularly difficult economic conditions, the Verso organization reached out to their neighbors and maintained the previous year's level of giving to United Way.
For more information, download a full copy of the Verso 2009 Sustainability Report from the company's Web site at www.
Verso is a global provider of next generation network solutions offering a core-to-edge product portfolio primarily for telecommunications service providers.