Novi Ligure


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Novi Ligure

(nō`vē lē`go͞orā), town (1991 pop. 30,021), Piedmont, NW Italy. It is an industrial center and an important transportation junction. At Novi Ligure in 1799 the Austrian and Russian forces under Suvarov defeated the French under Joubert, who was killed.
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It was a successful Grand Tour for the Australian who captured his first victory on Stage 8 in Pesaro on Saturday and his second in Stage 11 in Novi Ligure on Wednesday.
The Lotto-Soudal rider crossed the finish line first on stage 11 in Novi Ligure ahead of Frenchman Arnaud Demare and German Pascal Ackermann to add to his previous success on stage eight.
Cacciatore started ballet at the age of 9 at a private school in Novi Ligure, a city in Genoa, northwest Italy.
Residents in Italy's major urban centres care little about the problems facing people in towns like Novi Ligure, Castelfranco Veneto, Romano di Lombardia.
Applying Kristeva's theory to three prominent murder cases--the serial double homicides of couples that took place in Florence between 1975 and 1984, the Novi Ligure matricide and fratricide of 2001, and the Cogne filicide of 2002--Nerenberg uses crime as a way to explore the larger cultural context of contemporary Italy, and analyze both developments in Italian society and their impact on the collective imaginary.
Novi Ligure (Alessandria): Puntocapo Editrice, 2010.
Pineau (QuickStep) was the victor on the 162-kilometres stage from Novara to Novi Ligure as a three-man breakaway held off the peloton until the finish after surging clear.
CYCLING: David Millar remains ninth overall in the Giro d'Italia after finishing 26th in yesterday's 162km fifth stage from Novara to Novi Ligure. The Scot is 45 seconds behind Italian race leader Vincenzo Nibali.
Claudio Guadagnino, whose 45-strong stable is the only one of numerical significance, has already arranged to transfer to Novi Ligure, a former trotting track which now stages low-grade racing on the Flat and over jumps.
NOVI LIGURE, Italy-Caleb Ewan of Australia sprinted to victory on the 11th stage of the Giro d'Italia on Wednesday, while Italian cyclist Valerio Conti remained the overall leader.
Erika De Nardo and Mauro ("Omar") Favaro were minors (16 and 17, respectively) when the image was captured in February, 2001, the day following the brutal murders of Susy Cassini, Erika's mother, and Gianluca De Nardo, her younger brother, in their home in Novi Ligure. When first televised, and before Erika and Omar became the prime suspects in the double homicide, their faces, beamed into millions of homes throughout Italy, were those of the bereaved daughter and her boyfriend being escorted past the police cordon to the crime scene to assist the police, the carabinieri, and the Procura generale (State's Attorney's Office) in understanding the viciousness of the crimes committed by Albanian intruders whom Erika had identified as the killers.