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The vegetation changes recorded in sediments of Kladkowe Bagno peat-bog in Puszcza Knyszynska, north-eastern Poland.
Baines (Durham, NC: Southeastern Renaissance Conference, 1992), 109-10 and Fabio Pellegrini, Luigi Giannelli, and Marco Montori, Il Bagno di Vignoni: magico, salutare, lustrale (Cortona: Editrice Grafica l'Etruria, n.
We flew to Pisa - Florence or Rome alternatives - and drove two hours to reach Bagno Vignoni.
Una de las posibles causas de la consolidacion del quijotismo ruso como "fenomeno cultural", para citar las palabras de Bagno (El Quijote 95), reside en la afinidad que se ha pretendido ver entre el caballero de la Mancha y la intelliguentsia rusa.
Briefly, in August 1998, 1270 people ages 65 years and older were randomly selected from the population registry of Greve in Chianti (population 11709) and Bagno a Ripoli (population 4704); of 1256 eligible subjects, 1155 (90.
Missoni--Missoni Bagno Body Butter, Shower Gel, Body Lotion, Pillar Candle, Eau De Toilette, Acqua.
Highlights include guided walks through the Tuscan hills plus stays at Montepulciano, Sienna, Bagno Vignoni and St Antimo Abbey.
This oil polymerizes slowly on contact with the air, forming a resistant, waterproof polymer similar to linoleum," according to Alessandro Bagno, professor at Padova University's department of organic chemistry.
El teniente Bagno, policia que patrulla las calles de este "otro Vietnam" (118) se encuentra impotente ante un sistema de justicia tan sobrecargado en donde "men who were arrested return[ed] from custody in time to catch the tail end of their shift" (152).
As physical education teacher Cindy Del Bagno individually tested students in the sit and reach, which measures stretching abilities and trunk lifts by having students lie prone on a mat and lift their heads as high as they can, those who were about to be tested stretched to warm up before their turn.
Direction is given by Anna Baniel, music by Ran Bagno and choreography by Noa Boker.
Qui si vuole rilevare che sin dal primo racconto di Mancassola compare un personaggio tratto dal mondo dei supereroi, l'Uomo Mascherato, che pero in questo lavoro e rappresentato da un uomo-immagine del locale notturno, un "cubista" diremmo oggi con buona pace di Picasso, che in un primo momento colpisce Timmaginario dell'io narrante attraverso i suoi "muscoli guizzanti" (1996: 95) ma che poi e colto di sorpresa dal protagonista dentro al bagno, proprio nel momento in cui si sta infilando la maschera sul viso.