bagnio

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bagnio

1. A bathing establishment.
2. A brothel.
3. A Turkish prison.
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40) BAGNO, Vsevolod: "Espana y Rusia," 288-293; and BAGNO, V.
The vegetation changes recorded in sediments of Kladkowe Bagno peat-bog in Puszcza Knyszynska, north-eastern Poland.
Um detalhe importante a ser mencionado diz respeito ao tamanho do texto resumido--trata-se do mito mais curto da obra de Bagno (1999).
Although his visits to thermal spas in the area (Bagno di San Filippo and Bagno di Vignoni) are not documented until the mid-1480s, one can speculate upon earlier travels in the region that might have brought him to Pienza and an acquaintance with Pius's housing project.
As important as Deane's choreography is to the production, Strictly Gershwin will also feature the spectacular designs of Roberta Guidi di Bagno, with critics purring over the crystal encrusted costumes and the sheer glamour of a show which recalls the days of Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers.
In response to the trend for value engineering, we have significantly enhanced our own branded Bagno design range to comprehensively cover all product categories.
4_ Sensuous curved basin from the Il Bagno Alessi One range by Laufen
Bagno, Euler-Mahonian parameter on colored permutation groups, Sem.
Vsevolod Bagno da una respuesta al senalar la predisposicion de la cultura rusa a la utopia y afirma que:
The best beach clubs are Bagno Annetta and Bagno Piero, but the most fashionable night spot in Versilia today, where the Italian and international jet set hang out, is the Twiga Beach Club (owned by Flavio Briatore), on the coast between Forte dei Marmi and Marina di Pietrasanta.
At the foot of the hill where the little town rises, at Bagno Locality, flows a thermal spring water, called Calena, cited by Pliny, with a temperature of 22[degrees] C that is rich in bicarbonate and carbon dioxide, and beneficial, among other things, for eczema treatment.
Ferzan Ozpetek made his directorial debut in 1997 with Hamam (also released as Il bagno Turco and Steam: The Turkish Bath).