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.
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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.
10) PATRIZIA FURIANI montre l'importance du rire et du sourire des amants dans le roman grec, dans son etude << Le rire comme element de communication non verbale dans les romans grecs d'amour >>, in : Le rire des Grecs.
Patrizia Liviabella Furiani, en el articulo que sigue, analiza la maestria retorica que Heliodoro deposita en las que ella llama "unidades comunicativas cualitativas" de las Etiopicas; el novelista, segun se demuestra, da solucion a ciertos elementos de la trama mediante estrategias macro-retoricas de comunicacion acumuladas en determinados discursos.
Fabio Furiani, sales manager; Pietro Dioni, managing director
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.
El derrumbamiento de una tribuna provisional en el Armand Cesare Furiani de Bastia (Francia), en una semifinal de la Copa de Francia de futbol entre el conjunto local y el Olympique de Marsella causo un total de 15 muertos y 2 mil 177 heridos.
PSG have yet to win away and won't enjoy the prospect of trying to put that right on the hard, bobbly pitch of the Stade Armand Cesare Furiani.
New way bastia / furiani - connection between exchangers e1 and e2 bis.
Contract notice: Construction de 68 logements collectifs locatifs et annexes (environ 120 parkings extrieurs) sis carre imperial 20000 furiani.
Contract notice: way of refresher work between the posts and furiani biguglia.