furiani

furiani

[fu̇·rē′ä·nē]
(meteorology)
A southwest wind that blows in the vicinity of the Po River, Italy, and is vehement and short-lived, followed by a gale from the south or southeast.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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[27.] Grassi G, Quarti-Trevano F, Seravalle G, Arenare F, Volpe M, Furiani S, et al.
BASTIA v MARSEILLE 4pm FOOTBALL MARSEILLE did the double over Bastia last season and can maintain that dominance over their Corsican rivals by winning at the Furiani today, writes Steve Davies.
"Convaincu de son bon droit et determine, ainsi que l'ont martele a plusieurs reprises ces dernieres semaines ses dirigeants, +a se voir appliquer la meme jurisprudence que celle dont beneficient les autres clubs du championnat de France+, le SCB estime legitime de pouvoir jouer l'integralite des rencontres a domicile prevues pour la saison a venir dans son stade de Furiani", a souligne le club.
Attending: Daniel Wuethrich, sales exec.; Fabio Furiani, sales manager; Pietro Dioni, managing director
(12.) Baragetti I, Furiani S, Dorighet V, Corghi E, Bamonti Catena F, et al.
The weekend showdown marks the 10th anniversary of the Furiani stadium disaster.