Foligno


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Foligno

(fōlē`nyō), city (1991 pop. 53,202), in Umbria, central Italy. It is a commercial and industrial center and a railroad junction. Manufactures include machinery, transport equipment, paper, and textiles. Foligno was under papal control from the mid-15th cent. until 1860. Of note in the city are the Romanesque cathedral (12th cent., frequently restored) and the Palazzo Trinci (15th cent., with a 19th-century neoclassical facade). A local school of art flourished in the 15th cent.
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Then occasionally, but not too often, he appealed to Dorothea, and discussed what she said, as if her sentiment were an item to be considered in the final judgment even of the Madonna di Foligno or the Laocoon.
"We peppered him," Blue Jackets captain Nick Foligno said.
Elmwood Park Police Chief Michael Foligno, however, assured people there were fire crews keeping an eye on the area.
Craig Williams handed the visitors to Halkyn Road the lead before Jon Foligno's own goal drew Holywell level moments later.
WEEKTOWN 1 5 RESULT for away to a side their first Craig Williams, Jon Foligno and Liam Doherty's 80th minute decider bagged the points for the Roosters, Matty Harvey and a Foligno own goal keeping the Wellmen in it.
At 6:23, Dumba delivered a much-needed insurance goal with a blistering shot over Hellebuyck's glove after accepting a no-look drop pass by winger Marcus Foligno. The goal cooled off the Jets' rally, but the Wild kept pushing - with Dumba recording his second of the game with 6:28 to go.
GERAINT Thomas has pedalled his way to within 14 seconds of returning to the top 10 at the Giro d'Italia after putting in a blistering performance during the stage 10 time-trial between Foligno and Montefalco.
COLUMBUS, Ohio: Cam Atkinson, Nick Foligno, Scott Hartnell and Josh Anderson each scored two goals and the Columbus Blue Jackets beat Montreal 10-0 on Friday night, matching the biggest loss in the Canadiens' storied history and breaking the Blue Jackets' record.
Penrhyncoch secured an emphatic 8-0 win in their Mid Wales Summer Cup clash with Knighton thanks to braces from Owain James, Liam Doherty and Antonio Corbisiero along with efforts from Josh Shaw and Jonathan Foligno.
For his part, Cardinal Sandri relayed the "greetings of Pope Francis and his blessings to all attendees," paying respect to Patriarch al-Rai, who joined him in Foligno's celebrations in Italy.
All three met on a race from Rome to Foligno and they decided that if they survived the curvy mountainous roads of Umbria they would form a band.
Pope Francis has approved at least seven equivalent canonizations: Angela Foligno, Peter Faber, Jose de Anchieta, Marie of the Incarnation, Francois de Laval, Joseph Vaz and Junipero Serra.