JESI


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The philologist left five texts in the original dialect (numbers II from Monferrato, XII from Jesi, XXI from Basilicata, XXXI also from Jesi, and LII from Catania); he offers a brief and vague explanation in the "Avvertenza," stating that some tales were published in the original dialect "come saggi'--as samples.
Consumers are being invited to submit a photograph of their `Favourite Moncaro Moment' in the competition on bottles of Verdicchio del Castelli di Jesi Classico DOC Anfora.
It is a si-imperative of the same formal type as vaksi 'convey', yaksi 'sacrifice', nesi 'lead', jesi 'conquer', and nearly twenty others.
It is difficult today to ascertain exactly why the minister general, Crescentius of Jesi, in 1244-46 ordered Celano to compose a second biography of Francis.
This list includes Caffe Aiello, Gaffe Cagliari, Caffe Circi, Caffe Trombetta, Mokador, Corsino Corsini, Costadoro, Danesi, Ekaf, Gugliemo, Hardy, Iricaf, Jesi Caffe, Jolly Caffe, Milani, Moak Caffe, Moca, Ottolina, Passalacqua, Portioli, Quarta Caffe, Romcaffe, Roversi, Saicaf, and the Torrefacttori Assoc.
Atti del Convegno di Studi su Angelo Colocci, Jesi, 13-14 settembre 1969, Palazzo della Signoria, 97-108.
Perched on a hilltop in the province of Ancona, not far from the Adriatic Sea, Jesi is a remarkable ancient town.
In addition, an exhibition on Matteo Ricci, the Jesuit priest who travelled to China in the 1500's, will be held in Macerata; concerts in Jesi and San Elpidio, and a three-day children's TV workshop in Senigallia.
We are committed to working collaboratively with these vendors," said Jesi Wang, WHITEC Project Director.
The SOCIETY'S VERDICCHIO DEI CASTELLI DI JESI CLASSICO 2011 (PS6.