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Questa categoria è per le domande poste in lingua italiana. This category is for questions asked in the Italian language.
Rome is the capital of Italy, therefore the official language there is Italian. Vatican City, one of Rome's neighbourhoods and the place where the Pope lives, is also considered an independent sovereign state. It uses Latin and Italian. German is the language of the Swiss Guard that serves as body…
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Esistono molte risorse che offrono la possibilità di consultare dizionari della lingua italiana online. Tra i miei preferiti questi due: http://www.dizionario-italiano.org - Dizionario Italiano http://www.dizionario-sinonimi.com - Dizionario Sinonimi
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A sure way to know if a person is Italian is to ask. Otherwise, the conclusion is based on guesses. It's a good guess that a person is Italian if that person has Italian first and last names. It's a good guess that a person is Italian if that person likes and knows how to prepare Italian food proper…
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To be pedantic immigration to America from Italy couldn't exist before 1861, when Italy was united. But the greatest amount of migration from that area between 1880 to 1914. There are little villages 'Little Italies' throughout America. There are the fifth largest migration group to the US. Most imm…
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Answer It seems that Ferrogusto , Ferragosto, ferrogosto is a part pagan, part christian, part traditional celebration closely linked to the assumption of Mary Magdelene into heaven...wouldn't bet money on it though as opinions seem to be as varied as the spelling.
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They have hand shake and most of kiss each other
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Sì, Zac Efron e Vanessa Hudgens si sono lasciati. Zac sale con Sami Miró. Vanessa sale con Austin Butler.
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Actually, I'm sure the name "Giuseppe" is pronounced as "You-sehp-eh," if you say it fast enough. Juh-sep-ee, I think ANSWER: Jew-sepp-aaa yeah if u wanna pronounce the American way. but if you want to pron. it the authentic Italian way it's jewzehppeh Listen to the correct Italian pronunciatio…
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To start with Buddhists believe in the Four Noble Truths All life is suffering (Dukkha): All aspect of life are essentially unsatisfactory and cause some degree of suffering and pain. Now this ... is the noble truth of suffering: birth is suffering, aging is suffering, illness is suffering, death i…
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Italian, English and French are the three main languages spoken in Rome, Italy.
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here are some natural resources fossil fuels oil air crafts missiles
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You're Italian if your ancestors were from Italy. You also may be Italian if you or family is from one of the former Italian colonies such as Eritrea, Ethiopia, Libya, Somalia, and Tianjin/Tientsin, China. You also may be of Italian descent if you or your family is from the Italian speaking parts of…
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Their health care system is about 100% better than the American one. Even tourists are hospitalized and treated free of charge in Italy as I was.
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"pee-et-uh" is the pronunciation of the word "pieta" in the English language.
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Italian is the official language of Rome, although some Latin is used in the Vatican City within Rome during Roman Catholic liturgy
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As of 13 Nov 2011 the Italian government is in process of major change of leadership.
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He had a belief in life after death,karma,dharma,energy,harmony and finding happiness within the soul.Answer: The Buddha's beliefs are summarized in the Four Noble Truths: All life is sufferingAll suffering is caused by desireThere is and end to sufferingThe end of suffering is the end of desire as …
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He believed that: All life contains suffering or unsatisfactoriness That this undesirable condition is called by desire That there is an escape form desire and suffering That this route is contained in the Eightfold Path These points are called the Four Noble Truths
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The one currently used was created after WWII when the Republic was formed.
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Latin, although a dead language, is not an extinct language. It exists all over the place, in ways and shapes that you may never even notice. If you're determined to learn the wonderful language of the Roman Empire, there are many books and online resources to learn how. It's very difficult to learn…
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Italian is spoken throughout the Italian peninsula and the islands of Sicily, Sardinia, and Corsica. It also is spoken in Italy's neighbors: Albania, Austria, France, Slovenia, and Switzerland. It's spoken, too, in nearby Monaco, the island of Malta, and the Greek islands of Rhodes and the Dodecanes…
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The most common religion in France is Christianity with Islam coming in second.
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Answer Usually it's Hi , hello, g'day, or good morning/afternoon/evening, usually followed by the person's first name (if you know it).
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Oh, of COURSE! Most people from other places came to Utah around when it became a state. I have many family members that came from places like Hawaii, and even Fiji.
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It is the day Christ was born and he died for our sins. If you don't believe this, then it's just a day people have blown way out of prospective and that's where the whole Santa and his reindeer thing comes from and so yeah. It's pretty pointless for the gifts and what not if you don't believe in Sa…
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well me being Italian we all usally get together for lunch at my mums parents house the get together at my dads parents house
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Italian, as the national language of Italy, traces its origins to the interaction between the ancient languages of the Italian peninsula and the ancient Latin of the ancient Roman conquerors. So the people of Italy have a long history of knowing a language common to all of the peninsula's peoples, a…
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That would probably be a matter of personal opinion. As a resident of Dublin, I find it the nicest city in Europe, but that is an obvious personal bias. Amsterdam is a Mecca for the alternative, Paris is the most visited tourist destination in the world, and cities further to the east such as Vienna…
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Italian, but there are many dialects and a few regional languages such as Ladino. Some people in the Dolomites speak a dialect of German. Near the French border there are dialects of Occitan or Provençal spoken as well as French. In Trieste some people speak Slovenian or Croatian, and in Sardinia t…
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Dark complexion look nice with green/light brown/grey colors lens.
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Off the top of my head (& with a little help from my husband) Mickey Mouse = Topolino (it means little mouse) Minnie Mouse = Minni Donald Duck = Paperino Daisy Duck = Paperina Huey, Dewey and Louie = Qui, Quo, Qua Scrouge McDuck = Paperon de Paperoni Goofy = Pippo Pluto = Pluto Popeye =…
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Yes, the Italian people are smart. They have many achievements in their homeland and abroad to attest to their intelligence. As an example, UNESCO has given a protected status to a number of sites that are important to the history and development of world cultures and of a world culture. The most nu…
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Guido started out as the Italian version for the English name Guy. It has since become a mild pejorative term directed at young men of Italian or Italian-American descent. Some members of the Italian-American community have embraced the name with a perverse sort of pride; however, that doesn't make…
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One famous Italian king was Vittorio Emanuele II [March 14, 1820-January 9, 1878]. He became the first king of a united Italy, in February 1861. He therefore became famous as 'Padre della Patria', which means 'the Father of the Fatherland'. Another famous Italian king was Vittorio Emmanuele III [Nov…
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So they can entertain the Greek people
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Umberto I [March 14, 1844-July 29, 1900] was Italy's leader in the decade, 1890-1900. In fact, as King of Italy, he led the country as of January 9, 1878. History has given him the nickname 'il Buono', which means 'the Good'. But his rule ended with his death by four well aimed pistol shots of Gaeta…
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Depends on the people. Most Italians learn English or French in school so they may know a bit of that. Recent immigrants will speak the language of the country they came from ie. Romanian, Albanian, Turkish, Swahili, etc.
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Nearly a million----------------Nonsense. No language contains "nearly a million" words. That said, it's a difficult question to answer for any language. There are almost 140,000 words in the Zanichelli dictionary; the DeMauro, one of the most complete dictionaries available, lists 250,000. There ar…
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Italians adapt to their environment by practicing terrace farming. Most of the farming in Italy is carried out under trying circumstances. As an example, very little of the land cooperates with cultivation. They also adapt by encouraging sectors other than farming. For example, Italy makes a lot of …
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Green on the left, white in the middle, and red on the right
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In the province of Tuscany, southeast of Florence and northwest of Rome.
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Barone, Bastone, Bruno Cappello, Costa De LucaGallo LocatelliMancini, Marino Ricci, Rizzo, Romano, Rossi, Russo Sacco, Spatafora Veronese
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Rice and tomatoes are products that Italian farmers grow for export. They also are known for their fruit harvests and products from lemon and orange orchards. Additionally, they're strong in the production of grapes and olives.
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The painting is 506 years old 2nd answerer says: This painting was begun in 1503 or 1504 and remains unfinished... See the link!
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The colours have been chosen to represent the Cispadane Republic (an alliance of northern Italian provinces) as early as January 7, 1797. However, its current form has been in use as the Italian flag since January 1, 1948.
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Monte Bianco isn't in any city. It's the highest mountain in the European Alps. Its summit actually marks the border between France and Italy. So on one side is the Italian city of Courmayeur, in Italy's Aosta Valley. And on the other side is the French city of Chamonix, in France's Haute-Savoie 'de…
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President is the title that the leader of Italy is given. That position currently is filled by Giorgio Napolitano [b. June 29, 1925]. Napolitano became the 11th President of the Italian Republic by election results on May 10, 2006 and by taking office five days later.Presidente della Repubblica
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in east America
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Yes, Somalians may be of Italian descent. Their country is a former Italian colony in the area of the Horn of Africa, in the northwest. There were interactions and intermarriages between the colonizer and the colonized. That's why some Somalians, Libyans, Ethiopians, and Eritreans know Italian today…
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Italian can be learned by visits to the Italian peninsula and the Italian islands. It can be learned by travel to countries that have Italian as an official language and Italian among their successful immigrant communities. For example, Italian is one of the official languages of Switzerland, San Ma…
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Parliamentary republic is the governmental system by which the Italian Republic operates. The Italian people elect the 630 member Chamber of Deputies, and the 315 member Senate, to five year terms. The Chamber of Deputies and the Senate make up the Italian Parliament. The Parliament elects the Presi…
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The regional variation in the language is the main difference between Italians. Italy is only 148 years old in terms of unifying the different localities and regions into one nation. The different provinces have different expressions and vocabulary. For example, Sicily's Italian is different from Ve…
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Un pomodoro è un frutto, si scrive così intanto..Il pomodoro (Solanum lycopersicum, L. 1753 - identificato secondo il regolamento fitosanitario internazionale Lycopersicon esculentum (L.) Karsten ex Farw. (cfr. classificazione botanica), della famiglia delle Solanaceae, è una pianta annuale i cui…
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Italy's main natural resources are: coal, mercury, zinc, potash, marble, barite, asbestos, pumice, fluorspar, feldspar, pyrite (sulfur), natural gas and crude oil reserves, fish, arable land Related Link https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/print/it.html (CIA)
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One of the most beloved, most famous, most recent Italian riders is Rinaldo Nocentini [b. September 25, 1977]. Nocentini is a racing cyclist with UCI ProTeam Ag2r-La Mondiale. He participated in the 2009 Tour de France. Despite it being his first involvement, Nocentini managed to hold the yellow jer…
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Christmas Eve is the day on which Italians celebrate. In ancient times, one day was considered as ending, and the next day as beginning, with sundown. So Christmas actually began the evening before.
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A coliseum is any large auditorium or stadium hosting a wide variety of public events such as sports, concerts, and the like.
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Italians put up Nativity Scenes at Christmas time.
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Sardinia and Sicily are two islands off the coast of Italy. The Italian for 'Sardinia' is 'Sardegna', which is pronounced 'sahr-DEH-gnah'. It's off the western coast of the Italian peninsula. The Italian for 'Sicily' is 'Sicilia'. It's pronounced 'see-CHEE-lee-ah'. It's off the southern coast of I…
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Yes, people have equal rights and protection under Italian law. But that's the way things are on paper. So no, in actuality, they may not be equal because of cultural, economic, political and social differences and gaps. For example, southern cultures, economies and societies historically may have b…
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Italians tend to do their shop in their immediate neighborhoods. They tend to buy necessities and extras from local pharmacies that carry everything from postage stamps to over the counter medicines. They tend to buy fresh foods from local and open air markets. They tend to buy their clothing from s…
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Catholic Christianity is the most common religion in Italy.
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Italian families tend to stay together. If they can't be together in physical proximity, then they keep in close contact by calling, visiting, and writing. They also tend to stay in the same line of work. But each generation tries to take that work to a higher level. For example, a family business m…
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a married Italian woman the answers in the question Signora or Madame. As in the English Mrs. or Madam.
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"MOH-lyeh" is the pronunciation of the Italian word "moglie." Specifically, the Italian word is a feminine noun. This is its form in the singular. The plural form, "mogli," is pronounced "MOH-lyee."
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The word 'signor' is a shortened form of the word 'signore'. Both words are words in the Italian language. Either way, they mean sir, mister, gentleman.
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The word 'signor' is a shortened form of the word 'signore'. It's a word in the Italian language. Its meaning is 'sir, mister, gentleman'. Its equivalent in Spanish is senor.
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Home is where Christmas is celebrated by Italians. The Italian people are strong in their commitment to family and friends. Holidays and important events are recognized and honored in the place that's most important to the Italian: the home.
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You learn to speak Italian by growing up in an Italian language speaking environment. Or you learn it by studying the language by exchange programs, in school, on the Internet, or through immersion classes. Or you learn it by traveling to Italy. Or you learn it by working with Italian language speak…
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The value of an Italian coin depends on the craftsmanship,where it was minted,and if it is made of any expensive product you have a Italian coin worth over $30,it is worth selling unless you want to keep until it reaches a more higher value.That would be called,"Investing."
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One way to meet gorgeous Italian women is by taking language classes. Language immersion classes and college courses are likely to be taught by native speakers. Another way is by joining Italian cultural associations. Still another way is by frequenting Italian businesses, such as grocery stores and…
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Most Italians prefer to eat pasta. In fact, the colors and the shapes of the different pasta are sources of local and regional pride. They like to flavor their foods with fragrant herbs that may be served freshed or prepared through baking, boiling, broiling, cooking, frying or grilling. They have p…
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Italian mothers take care of their children. They see to the smooth running of their homes. They prepare meals, or direct the preparation of cooking and cleaning by their domestic help. They plan vacations. They meet their friends in their favorite cafes. They make sure that their children get their…
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National Flower of ItalyThe love for values, beliefs and customs of the Italians is easily seen in the symbolic flowers of Italy. The flower emblems of the country have been alienated in to three categories-The traditional symbolic flower for Italy is Rose while, White Poppy or White Lily serves as …
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Italy is made up of the Italian peninsula and the Mediterranean islands of Sardinia and Sicily. That means that, as in the case of England, no one is far from the water. So the Republic has a coastal economy. In ancient times, communities grew up along the coast to be accessible for trade. They also…
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names that end in i or lli or have cc in them are usually Italian
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it was first found in text in the 12th century but other writing that were the buildng blocks of the language were found in the year 960 so its old xD
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The Italian Monte Bianco is the French Mont Blanc. Either way, its summit is the actual dividing line between the borders of Italy and of France. A nearby Italian city is Courmayeur. A nearby French city is Chamonix.
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The Italians first went to the Caribbean in their voyages to the New World. It indeed was in the Caribbean that Cristoforo Colombo [c. 1451-May 20, 1506] first made landfall. On October 12th, he stood on the sands of Hispaniola, which we today know as the island that's shared by Haiti and the Domini…
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There may be many different, conflicting meanings behind the color choices that Italians make in their clothing. Sometimes, there are cultural or political meanings. These meanings tend to be specific to a locality or a region. So a meaning in one area may not be generalizable to another. But whatev…
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Attention to the comfort and enjoyment of guests is the meaning of 'Italian style cruising'. The phrase has come to be associated with the cruise accommodations and offerings of Costa Cruises, which is Italy's largest cruise and tourism company. Specifically, Costa Cruises are famous for their spaci…
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The eastern coast of the United States of America was a major destination for Italian immigrants. Particularly attractive was an arrival in areas that already had established Italian communities. For example, it was especially popular to start out in the Italian settlements of Massachusetts, New Jer…
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One Italian custom involves expressing thanks for a table full of good food. That thanks may be to God or to the cultivators. Another custom includes knowing family ties well. That knowledge comes through frequent contact and many reunions. Still another custom focuses on hospitable treatment of gue…
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One major university in Italy is the Universita degli Studi di Firenze. It's an older university that has a fine reputation in many areas. Nearby is a very good university for foreign students, in Siena. In fact, Florence and Siena aren't alone in the quality of their instruction. The same commitmen…
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Along with the red color, the white color on the Italian flag owed its origins to the red and white flag of Milan. The green was added as having represented the Lombard Legion. But the exact symbolism of each color has been the source of many interpretations. In terms of white, suggestions have rang…
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Yes, Valentine's Day is celebrated in Italy. One translation of that day into Italian is 'il giorno della festa degli innamorati', which literally means 'the day of the festival of the lovers'. Additionally, Saint Valentine was buried in the Via Flaminia of Rome, Italy. He also is the patron saint o…
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Da = from (a place) is the full form.
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One possibility is emailing info@wingeddisk.com. The email is with the website www.wingeddisk.com, which is the study aid site to www.sitchin.com, which is the official website of Zecharia Sitchin [b. 1922]. Another possibility is contacting Sitchin's publishers. Paperback copies are published by Ha…
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One possibility is emailing info@wingeddisk.com. The email is with the website www.wingeddisk.com, which is the study aid site to www.sitchin.com, which is the official website of Zecharia Sitchin [b. 1922]. Another possibility is contacting Sitchin's publishers. Paperback copies are published by Ha…
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che ne so io. Cara mia, ti voglio bene means "My dear,I love you" in Italian.
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Italian names may be found in books and classes about Italian architecture, art, history, literature, music and science. They may be found in magazines about high fashion designers and models; international chefs and cuisines; and about sports' greatest athletes, such as Italian footballers. They ma…
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Some of the southwest European countries are most like Italy. The countries of Portugal and Spain, and the more tradition bound regions of France, share common Roman Catholic spiritual and Romance language cultural legacies. Additionally, many of the countries of Latin America, from Mexico in the no…
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Italians enjoy delicious food that's made with quality ingredients. Specifically, they favor vegetables and pasta in combination with meats. Additionally, they make a habit of eating fresh bread and of including various herbs in foods be they served fresh or subjected to baking, cooking, frying or g…
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