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Bitonto

(bētôn`tō), city (1991 pop. 53,772), Apulia, S Italy. It is an agricultural market and is noted for its olive oil. The Spanish under Charles Bourbon defeated the Austrians there in 1734 during the War of the Polish Succession. The Apulian Romanesque cathedral (12th–13th cent.) is especially remarkable for its fine sculptures.
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Klaassen, R., Bul, K., Op den Akker, R., van der Burg, G., Kato, P, & Di Bitonto, P (2018).
Consistently with previous studies carried out with young students (de Palo, Sinatra, Tanucci, Monacis, Di Bitonto, Roselli & Rossano, 2012; Di Bitonto, Roselli, Rossano, Monacis, & Sinatra, 2010; Monacis, Finamore, Sinatra, Di Bitonto, Roselli & Rossano, 2009), learning tailored according to cognitive styles and offered in an e-learning environment facilitates and improves academic performances.
(39.) See Maria LUCIA Di Bitonto, STUDIO SUI FONDAMENTI DELLA PROCEDURA PENALE d'impresa 59 (Editoriale Scientifica 2012).
Olive trails Puglia has four Strade dell'olio or olive oil routes - Castel del Monte, Terre d'Ulivi, Bitonto, Collina di Brindisi, and Daunia.
(43) Francesco Paolo Luiso (Bitonto 1871-Lucca 1955), insegnante di Lettere nei Licei, scrisse su Dante e sulla letteratura dei Trecento con interessi anche per Leopardi.
She went on to further allege an attack on her life when she was forced off the road after a car tried to ram her from behind while driving from Bari to Bitonto.
(14) The literature on these visitors is vast: Gabriele de Rosa, "Il Francescano Cornelio Musso dal Concilio di Trento alia Diocesi di Bitonto," Rivista di Storia della Chiesa in Italia, 39:1 (1985): 55-91; Paolo Preto, "II Vescovo Gerolamo Vielmi e gli Inizi della Riforma Tridentina a Padova," Rivista di Storia della Chiesa in Italia, Anno XX, no.