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transalpine

situated in or relating to places beyond the Alps, esp from Italy
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This new collection of commentary scholarship originated at a 2010 conference of mostly transalpine scholars, but all of the papers have been filled out and polished since then.
La citte renana, assurta a capitale dell'umanesimo transalpine, complice la tradizionale vocazione commerciale e la relativa liberte di stampa, pullulava nel XVI secolo di officine tipografiche in grado di confezionare manufatti di qualite, a prezzi anche competitivi.
Estimation of indirect cost and evaluation of protective measures for infrastructure vulnerability: a cast study in the transalpine transport corridor.
Information updated to 1996 shows a remarkable and always increasing amount of Italian investments in the industrial sector in France: around two hundred and thirty firms and one hundred and the thousand jobs controlled by societies with Italian capital; the transalpine country in fact makes up around 20 per cent of the Italian industrial investments abroad in terms of labour force.
Dimanche dernier, face a la Juventus Turin, Ghoulam a ete l'homme du match puisque la presse transalpine lui a attribue la meilleure note du match (8,8).
Cette certitude a propos de la Via Augusta de Betique a constitue le fondement de notre recherche sur les viae militares, investigations qui ont commence par une longue etude de cette grande route qui traversait d'ouest en est toute la province et, se poursuivant en Espagne Citerieure, en Gaule Transalpine et en Italie, menait a Rome.
Aux pentes extremes de ce col epouvantail (jusqu'a 19%), se sont ajoutees les conditions climatiques execrables qui accompagnent le peloton de l'epreuve transalpine.
In the context of the long-debated role of Transalpine vernacular in the origins of Italian literature, Cornish demonstrates in Chapter III, 'Cultural Ricochet: French to Italian and Back Again', that volgarizzamenti did not follow a linear trajectory departing from the original, but created a linguistic dynamic affecting both the original and the target culture.
As we fast-forward through the centuries, the transalpine road OVia Claudia AugustaO brought pilgrims and merchants through this area and as they traveled they brought along vine seedlings and wine-making know-how.
Commodities trader Gunvor Group Ltd said it had bought a 10% interest in the Transalpine Pipeline (TAL) in Germany for a non-specified price.
The Congregation is also known as the Transalpine Redemptorists and has about fifteen members.
Thanks to Charles's transalpine excursions, syphilis ranks as one of the oldest recognized sexually transmitted infections (STIs).