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lombarde

[lȯm′bär·də]
(meteorology)
An easterly wind (from Lombardy) that predominates along the French-Italian frontier, and comes from the High Alps; in winter it is violent and forms snow drifts in the mountain valleys; in the plains it is gentle and very dry.
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elemento ricorren nella prosa di Cristina Trivulzio, avvalora l'ipotesi di attribuzione, palesando al lettore che chi scrive ha origini lombarde.
951-1013; E Toubert, "Les statuts communaux et I'histoire des campagnes lombardes au XIVe siecle," Melanges d'ArchOologie et d'Histoire, 72 (1960), p.
35) Sulla geografia amministrativa dell'area a Nord di Salerno vedi soprattutto TAviani-Carozzi, La principaute lombarde de Salerne, pp.
Si formo cosi, credo, la lectura Terentii impropriamente detta Monacense e rifflesso invece delle spiegazioni di scuole lombarde e milanesi .
Ensuite, parce que les reseaux de transports rendent la capitale lombarde tres accessible depuis l'ensemble des pays de la Mediterranee comme du centre de l'Europe.
But Kate, 30, stole the show in a full length, fitted cream evening gown - thought to be a EUR1,240 Roland Mouret Lombarde creation, similar to one Carla Bruni wore to a French banquet in 2010.
Talks are said to be already under way and feature Cassa di Risparmio di Trieste and Cassa di Risparmio delle Provincie Lombarde as potential buyers.
This work was supported by Cassa di Risparmio delle Provincie Lombarde (CARIPLO) Foundation grant 2007-5469 [Epigenetic Studies of Toxic Hazards in Environmental Research (ESTHER)]; Italian Ministry of Scientific Research, Research Programs of National Interest (gram PRIN 2007-2S2HT8); and new investigator funding from the Harvard School of Public Health-National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences Center for Environmental Health (ES000002).
Schumacher, another Gerolsteiner man, led over the first hors-categorie climb, the narrow Col de la Lombarde, and descended alone to Isola 2000, only to be caught 3.
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