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Metauro

(mātou`rō), river of the Marches, c.68 mi (110 km) long, rising in the Etruscan Apennines, central Italy, from a double source (the Meta and the Auro) and flowing NE into the Adriatic Sea near Fano. On its banks the Romans defeated (207 B.C.) the Carthaginians under Hasdrubal in the Second Punic War.
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(10) Per un originale inquadramento del fenomeno neorealista in una nuova chiave interpretativa si veda Vitti Antonio (a cura di), Ripensare il Neorealismo: Cinema, Letteratura, Mondo, Pesaro, Metauro Editori, 2008.
Editor's Note: This feature contains the edited text of a presentation made by Al Metauro, president and CEO of Metro Waste Paper Recovery Inc., Toronto, during the keynote session of the Paper Recycling Conference & Trade Show in late June.
Sources: Buroni, G., Le diverse tesi sulla battaglia dei Metauro. N.p., 1953.
Metauro says the Macpresse 108 baler allowed Metro to eliminate labor while also doubling production.
The contract has as its object the conclusion of a Framework Agreement for the periodic-continuous supply of food, for schools and elementary schools in the municipalities of Saltara, Cartoceto, Serrungarina, Montemaggiore, belonging to Union Valley Metauro with a single economic operator for each batch place based on race, and consists of 11 lots.
9-10; Simona Mazzer, Guido Piovene, una biografia letteraria, Fossombrone, Metauro, 1999, p.
Just over two decades ago, Al and Anthony Metauro began collecting solid waste and scrap paper in Toronto, working initially front one pick-up truck.
Contract notice: School bus service of the municipalities of the valle del metauro school years 2015-2017 - cig.
Almost 25 years ago, when Al and Anthony Metauro first dreamed of going into the garbage and scrap paper collection business, they found the cost of admission to be too much for their wallets.
Objectives: The project s main objective is the recovery and the conservation of existing macrostigma trout populations in four main watercourses in central Italy (Ambro-Tenna, Nera, Chienti and Metauro), where small populations (i.e., less than 5% of the salmonid populations in the area) have been identified.
Biografie, cultura, societa, 2 voll., Fossombrone: Metauro, 2001, 870 pp.
As remarked by Lia Fava-Guzzetta in Gianna Manzini: una voce del modernismo europeo (Pesaro: Metauro, 2008), thirty years after the writer's death, it is no possible to access to all of Manzini's works, thus precluding the serious scholars interested in the development of the twentieth century novel to explore and appreciate the writer's significant contributions to modernism alongside other protagonists such as Wolf, Joyce, Gide and Pirandello.