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Rapallo

(räpäl`lō), town (1991 pop. 27,370), in Liguria, NW Italy, on the Ligurian Sea and on the Italian RivieraRiviera
, narrow coastal strip between the Alps and the Mediterranean, extending, roughly, from La Spezia (Italy) to Hyères (France). Famous for its scenic beauty and for its mild winter climate, and dotted with fashionable resorts, hotels, and villas, the Riviera is a
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Rapallo

a port and resort in NW Italy, in Liguria on the Gulf of Rapallo (an inlet of the Ligurian Sea): scene of the signing of two treaties after World War I. Pop.: 29 159 (2001)
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"Chief Judge Church certified his age at 55, Judge Allen at 61, Judge Grover at 57, Judge Peckham at 61, Judge Rapallo at 46, Judge Folger at 52[,] and Judge Andrews at 43." Id.
Pound found the weather in Rapallo to be soothing and agreeable.
This succeeds particularly well in chapter 2, which culminates in the Genoa Conference and the signing of the Treaty of Rapallo; in chapter 6, which deals with the impact of Soviet involvement in China; and in chapter 11, which details the reopening of diplomatic relations between Britain and the USSR.
The book's thirteen chapters examine all the great events that marked the hidden history of early Soviet-Western relations in the years between 1917 and 1930--the struggles of the new government to gain diplomatic recognition from the Western Powers; the treaty of Rapallo and the Genoa conference; the various attempts of the two sides to conclude trade and credit agreements; Moscow's struggles to achieve military security; Anglo-Soviet disputes over China; and the repeated panics and tensions with France so sharp that at one point in 1927 they resulted in the recall of the Soviet ambassador.
When Homer retired in 1929, he and Isabel moved to Rapallo, in Genoa.
Turkiye'nin Bati, yani uluslararasi toplum tarafindan kabulu ise 1922'de Rapallo Antlasmasinin imzalanmasi ile olacaktir.
Saksa-Poola voimalikku soda silmas pidades taotles Weimari vabariik Rapallo (1) ajastul, et Eesti ja Lati sailitaksid soja korral neutraliteedi.
Volkov Shows how Rathenau's sensible policy of fulfilling allied demands with the aim of later revision angered those on the right, just as did the Rapallo Treaty he successfully negotiated with the Soviet Union in April 1922, turning him into a lightning rod for extreme nationalist hatreds that ultimately led to his assassination two months later.
She tells about modeling for Coco Chanel and wearing the designer's castoffs; about writing for spicy French journals; and as the war escalated, about being a Red Cross nurse securing safe passage for refugees, while contending with the anti-Semitism of Annie Petain, first lady of the collaborationist Vichy government, who scolded her for helping "the rats who were deserting the sinking ship." It's easier to name celebrities Reynolds did not know; she mentions that she never met Florence Mills or Josephine Baker, and that she chose not to call upon Ezra Pound when she was staying in Rapallo, Italy, because although they had met in Paris, she "didn't care much for his admiration and support of the fascists."
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