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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.
(6) Later in the Canto, Pound himself hints obliquely at some such connection by quoting what is often considered to be the earliest Italian poem, "Rosa fresca aulentissima" by Ciulio d'Alcamo which Rossetti, Pound's source for this, translates as "Thou sweetly-smelling fresh red rose/That near thy summer art,",7 This approaching summer heralds the climactic act which is the signing into law of Magna Carta in June 1215 ("the French could not do it/they had not Magna Charta/in ver l'estate," (8)
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At the Prizewinners' Gala Concert of the Alcamo International Voice Competition in Alcamo, Sicily, last October she was awarded the Fidapa (International Federation of Business and Professional Women) Prize to help finance further study and professional development.
To meet the goal world leaders had set in 2009, countries will have to reduce emissions of carbon dioxide, methane and other greenhouse gases before 2030, according to the UN report's chief scientific editor Joseph Alcamo. However, based on the report, it may be too late for the world if carbon emissions will continue to increase until 2050.
"It's kind of a budget, like a household budget," said Joseph Alcamo,
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