Liri


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Liri

(lē`rē), river, 98 mi (158 km) long, rising in the Apennines, in Latium, central Italy, and flowing generally SE to the Tyrrhenian Sea. Below its junction with the Rapido River near Cassino it is called the Garigliano. There are hydroelectric stations along its course. In World War II the area around the river was the scene of heavy fighting between Allied and German troops.
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Lung ischemia-reperfusion injury (LIRI) is a common pathological phenomenon in many clinical conditions such as lung transplantation, pulmonary embolism, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, and pulmonary thrombosis.[sup][1] Pulmonary ischemia causes the imbalance between oxygen supply and metabolic demand, ultimately leading to hypoxic damages to tissues.
By December 1943, when Allied forces were slogging through the Liri Valley in the mud and winter rain, they had good reason to wonder why they were in Italy at all.
Liri Berisha, President of the Albanian Children Foundation, for her relentless efforts designed to enhance voluntary work, in general, in the country, and promote public awareness of autism, as well as her efforts to aid these special cases.
The Fifth Army pushed into the Liri Valley, moving up Highway 6 toward Rome.
Il tema era talmente nell'aria che il mio primissimo cortometraggio fu girato a Isola Liri, tra Roma e Napoli, in un paesetto sulle colline, dove gli abitanti di un villaggio, alla ricerca disperata di lavoro per sopravvivere, avevano costruito una strada sulle montange, effettivamente necessaria, sperando di essere pagati; come di fatto avvenne, in una certa misura" (133).
Liri Beqiri, owner of Village Pizza of Worcester, will have an Albanian pizza as her specialty during restaurant week.
Outbreaks were monitored through the number and places of origin of patients admitted at the LIRI Hospital--a sleeping sickness treatment centre in Tororo district.
San Giorgio a Liri; re-integrating the dispersed city.
where [c.sup.[lambda].sub.[mu].v] is called the Littlewood-Richardson coefficient (LiRi; Mac; Sa; St).
The local currency is the liri which will be replaced by the euro early next year.
Malta's small wine industry has just about held its own despite having to abolish import duties--in this case Liri 1.5 (US$4.6) on a litre of imported wine--equivalent to 75% of the typical price of an Italian or French bottle.