Saluzzo


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Saluzzo

(sälo͝ot`tsō), town (1991 pop. 15,872), Piedmont, NW Italy. It is an agricultural and industrial center. Manufactures include textiles, machinery, and processed food. It was the capital of the marquisate of Saluzzo from the 12th cent. to 1548, when it passed to France. The town came under the house of Savoy in 1601. The Gothic cathedral (c.1481–1511) contains sculptured tombs of the marquises.
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This year's Benefit Committee is co-chaired by Kevin Hoo of Cove Property and Brian Saluzzo of American Express.
GTT, the Turin operator is ordering eight Midibuses (which will join its fleet of 20 12m BYD ebuses), AMAG in Alessandria is taking two as is BUSCOMPANY, the operator in nearby Saluzzo and CHIESA in Carmagnola is ordering one.
Para conservar la amistad hispanofrancesa y asegurar la entrada de Francia en la Liga Santa, el obispo de Padua propuso a Felipe II casar a una de sus hijas con el duque de Anjou y "les diese yo el Condado de Borgona"--le relataba el monarca a su embajador en Roma a comienzos de diciembre de 1572--, "y la Bresse el duque de Saboya, y que el Rey de Francia le diese [al duque] por ella el marquesado de Saluzzo" (22).
In between and beyond, Stampa became the protagonist of works of fiction ranging from Diodata Saluzzo Roero's historical novella, Gaspara Stampa (1817), to Jacopo Cabianca's homonymous 1857 drama and fictionalized biographies like Raffaella Pagliaro's Anaxilla.
Para ejemplificar lo que parece ser un sino nacional, Pipitone (Saluzzo, Italia, 1946) se aproxima a lo ocurrido bajo los mandatos presidenciales de Miguel Aleman, Carlos Salinas, Vicente Fox y Enrique Pena Nieto.
Existen algunas obras de tradicion clasica como es la registrada en el numero [20], un comentario a los Disticha Catonis que el monje cisterciense Robertus de Euromodio dedico a Pietro di Saluzzo, obra identificada en este caso no por su titulo sino mediante una mencion al incipit de su epistola dedicatoria: Generose indolis adolescentulo Petro de Saluciis, Robertus de Euromodio monachus Clarevallis scriptum ad omne officium caritatis.
Catedra, prosigue la serie de estudios--comenzada en 2010 con la novedosa monografia consagrada al proceso editorial de la edicion parmesana de La comedia nueva moratiniana por Giambattista Bodoni-- dedicados a evaluar el impacto europeo y, mas especificamente, las conexiones espanolas del tipografo de Saluzzo afincado en Parma, territorio ligado a la dinastia borbonica espanola desde que el futuro Carlos III asumio el titulo de duque de Parma en 1731.
(8) Carlo Maria Maggi, whose tragedy Griselda di Saluzzo served as a model for the majority of theatrical Griseldas in the eighteenth century (Smarr 205), (9) names Griselda's "Heroica tolerantia" (III, 414) and likens her to Alcestis (from Euripidean tragedy) and Dido (from Virgilian epic); his Griselda is unequivocally a human martyr figure, and not a divine one.
(8.) Saluzzo JF, Ivanoff B, Languillat G, Georges AJ.
Romerio, Ackermann's Function and New Arithmetical Operations, Rotary Saluzzo, 2004.
Sin embargo, una de las presencias mas significativas fue la visita de monsenor Agostino Saluzzo, obispo de Aleria, a quien Brondi habia conocido durante su estancia genovesa.
Born to a printing family in the small foothill town of Saluzzo, he left his comfortable life to travel to Rome in 1758 where he served as an apprentice of Cardinal Spinelli at the Propaganda Fide press.