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Melegnano:

see Marignano, battle ofMarignano, battle of
, 1515, in the Italian Wars, fought by Francis I of France and his Venetian allies against the Swiss Confederates, who then controlled the duchy of Milan. It was fought (Sept. 13–14) near the town of Marignano (now Melegnano), 10 mi (16.
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Contract award notice: Open procedure 5-year supply of control materials and associated information services for the laboratories of asst ovest milanese (leader) and of asst melegnano and martesana (principal).
Tuttavia, nel frattempo, la violenza del Medioevo e del Cinquecento narrata dai romanzieri trovera concreta rappresentazione a Custoza, Novara, Melegnano e Lissa mentre gli assedi dalla Firenze comunale si sposteranno alla Roma di Pio IX e alle macchine da guerra medievali si sostituiranno i moschetti e i cannoni del Regio Esercito Italiano.
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Succesul armatei franceze de la Magenta a deschis portile Milanului, unde cei doi suverani si-au facut intrarea la 8 iunie, fiind primiti cu urale de bucurie din partea populatiei, in timp ce trupele austriece se retrageau in ordine in Quadrilateral (9) asigurate de ariergarda, aceasta din urma fiind la randul sau respinsa intr-o confruntare sangeroasa la Melegnano la 8 iunie 1859 (10).
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The study was conducted according to GCP; the study of protocol was approved by the independent ethics committee of the local regulatory authority (Melegnano, Italy).
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Principal battles: Agnadello (near Lodi) (1509); Marignano (Melegnano) (1515); Pavia (1525).
Threshes Rice" completed propagandists collage, Melegnano, Italy,
Principal battles: the Garigliano River (central Italy) (1503); Agnadello (near Lodi) (1509); Marignano (Melegnano) (1515).