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Alcamo

(äl`kämō), city (1991 pop. 42,621), NW Sicily, Italy. It is an agricultural and industrial center and is noted for its white wine. The ruins of the ancient Greek settlement of Segesta are nearby.
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Barone Pastore Located just outside Alcamo on the Trapanese Coast of Sicily, this grove was once owned by powerful Baron Pastore, a prominent figure in 19th century Sicilian politics.
China and Europe may not be able to close the gap, said Alcamo.
Joseph Alcamo berichtete von seinen Erfahrungen auf supranationaler Ebene als Chief Scientist des United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).
Italy's anti-Mafia team said Sicilian Vito Nicastri, 57, was placed under surveillance and must remain at home in Alcamo for three years.
The technical potential does exist to bring emissions down by 2020 and close the gap," UNEP chief scientist Joseph Alcamo told a teleconference.
Joseph Alcamo (1984) [1] presented the estimates of water requirements for future coal use, roughly 1-2 tons of water will be consumed for every ton-equivalent (tce) of coal-fuel delivered.
Father Treppiedi, 36, was serving as a priest in Alcamo, near Trapani, said to be the richest parish in the mafia island stronghold of Sicily.
Segun Florke y Alcamo, 2004, la relacion consumo-renta per capita evoluciona bajo un modelo sigmoidal (Figura 6).
In negotiations like this," Alcamo says, "usually the midpoint turns out to be the midpoint--that is, we fully expect that retrans dollars will be split 50/50 between a strong station operator and a strong network.
Conde de Modica, Colle y Osona, Melgar, Vizconde de Cabrera y Bas, Senor de las baronias de Alcamo, Cacamo y Calatafini, Vil Duque de Medina de Rioseco, XI Almirante Mayor de Castilla, Capitan General de las costas del Mar Oceano, Gentilhombre de Camara, Caballero de la Orden de Calatrava, Comendador de Piedrabuena, Grande de primera clase, miembro del Consejo de Estado, Teniente General en Castilla la Vieja, Caballerizo Mayor del Rey Carlos II, Capitan General y Gobernador de Milan, embajador en Roma, Virrey de Cataluna y embajador en Francia, cargo que desestimo para pasar a Portugal al servicio del Archiduque como pretendiente al trono de Espana.