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Cerignola

(chārēnyô`lä), city (1991 pop. 55,052), Apulia, S Italy. It is an agricultural center and a transportation junction. The city suffered a severe earthquake in 1731 and was largely rebuilt. Nearby, in 1503, the Spanish under Gonzalo Fernández de Córdoba defeated the French under Louis XII (see Italian WarsItalian Wars,
1494–1559, series of regional wars brought on by the efforts of the great European powers to control the small independent states of Italy. Renaissance Italy was split into numerous rival states, most of which sought foreign alliances to increase their
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This was served alongside freshly baked sourdough, truffle and walnut butter; beer battered salt pickles, tarragon and parsley mayonnaise and Bella di Cerignola olives.
Common olive varieties processed into Spanish method olives include Manzanilla [51], Hojiblanca [51], Gordal [51], Picholine [52], Cerignola [53], and Belice olives [45].
Flying aboard B-24 Liberator bombers out of Torretta Airfield near Cerignola, Italy, he played the dual role of aerial engineer-gunner, responsible for addressing in-flight mechanical issues and shrapnel damage and protecting the bomber using two .50-caliber machine guns in the top turret.
Could Shakespeare have borrowed the name from Prospero Colonna, a famous warrior who helped the Spanish to defeat the French at the battle of Cerignola (1503) and thus become rulers of Naples?
The most common in Dubai are taggiasca, cerignola, gaeta, castelvetrano - all different kinds of olives from italy.
Zingarelli is the founder of the original Italian Dictionary, and was born in the city of Cerignola, Italy.
Aldo Moro, ma, non meno, anche il sindacalista Giuseppe Di Vittorio, di Cerignola); (c) per soddisfare le richieste di industrializzazione dell'area, si proponeva la costruzione di uno zuccherificio in localita San Nicola di Melfi (in Basilicata e, quindi, si da incontrare l'interesse dell'On.
The olive genotypes used were: 'Alto D'oro', 'Halhali', 'Penafiel', 'MGSKOR007', 'Koroneike', 'Tafahi', 'CLO113', 'Negroa', 'Cerignola', 'MGSGRAP575', 'MGSGRAP541', 'MGSGRAP561', 'Santa Catalina', 'Ascolano USA', 'MGSASC315', 'MGSSAL488', 'Manzanilla', 'JB1', and 'Mission'.
A jar of Olive Bella Di Cerignola olives tested positive for type B Clostridium bolutlinum.
drained Cerignola or other green olives, 1 cup gin or vodka, and a splash of dry vermouth.
This came on a wooden platter - and was positively groaning with goodies, including paper-thin slices of prosciutto, robust salami, sweet and creamy buffalo mozzarella, roast peppers and marinated Taggiasche and giant firm and meaty Cerignola green olives.
A short while later, the 43-year-old engineer threw himself under a train in Cerignola, Italy.