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Domande in Italiano

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Questa categoria è per le domande poste in lingua italiana. This category is for questions asked in the Italian language.
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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Buildings and works of art are examples of man made tourist attractions in Italy. For example, a big tourist attraction is the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Construction of the building was started back in the twelfth century.
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Italians always have done agricultural work. The climate and the land cooperate in the growing of many edibles. They also always have done artistic and craft work. Italians have a reputation in all places and times for excellence in such activities as jewelry making and designing, metal and wood wor…
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The Roman Colosseum is still considered a masterpiece even by modern designers. The enormous stadium was 679 feet long, 512 feet wide, and 160 feet tall at its highest point. It had four seating levels and 80 entrances, and its seating capacity may have been as many as 80,000 spectators.
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Latin There are many different influences on the Italian languages including French & Spanish and those 3 languages are called the romance languages rub off on each other and give each other influences but the main origin would be Latin. LLCMV :) Here are some ways many Latin words changed in…
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There is no one dance that is considered the national dance of all Italy. Specifically, Italy is made up of a peninsula and islands. Different accents, customs and foods may be found on the Italian mainland and islands. Some dances - such as the tarantella of Sicily - may be better known worldwide,…
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Yes, the word 'America' is thought to honor Amerigo Vespucci [March 9, 1454-February 22, 1512]. Vespucci put his considerable skills as navigator, explorer, and cartographer to good use in voyages to the New World. It's thought that the name 'America' represents the feminine version of Vespucci's na…
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Each region of Italy has traditions. Italians love their country, their language, and their region. They like to respect the traditions of their families and friends. The traditional clothes draw upon materials and ways of doing things that are typical to the particular region. It's a way of continu…
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Women wear robes in Italy for formal and informal situations. Informally, their most common robes are before and after the bath, and for the beach. Formally, they wear choir robes for singing, graduation robes for degree ceremonies, judicial robes for court and other related legal work, and teacher'…
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It should include some type of pasta, like lasagne or spaghetti.
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The spelling of 'Verrazzano' is correct. The name is the last name of the Italian explorer Giovanni da Verrazzano [1485-1528]. Verrazzano was considered the first European since the 11th century Norseman Leifr Eriksson [c. 970-c. 1020] to have explored the Atlantic coast of North America, from the C…
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Yes, Italians are known for buying fresh food and growing their own. Many Italians live in the city, but have access to country homes. The country home may be their own. Or it may be a family house to which the extended family has access. These country homes are good sources of fresh foods.
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Italians tend to be poor because of a lack of education and upward mobility. Generally, individuals more or less do what their parents did. It's difficult for the situation to change, in many ways because of the educational system. Specifically, Italian schooling before the university level is dem…
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Perhaps the greatest source of Italian pride rests in the quality and track record of their excellent soccer teams. The teams in fact symbolize everything else in which the Italian people take pride. For example, it tends to be a work of art to see Italian footballers play. It tends to be a culinary…
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Many people enjoy Italian food. That fact can be proven by the numbers of people who go to Italy and flock to the Italian owned and operated grocery stores and restaurants. The fact can be proven by the numbers of people who frequent Italian grocery stores and restaurants outside of Italy. And the f…
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Vito Carnevali [July 4, 1888-c. 1960] was born and died in Rome, Italy. He was a classical musical composer who was known best for his four part Mass settings. Among his most famous works were his Missa 'Auxilium Christianorum', Missa 'Ave Verum', Missa 'Mater Amabilis', Missa 'Rosa Mystica', and Mi…
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Milan is the home of fashion and finance in Italy. It's located in the northwestern part of the peninsula. Its name in Italian is Milano, which is pronounced 'mee-LAH-noh'.
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Italians have been in the New World at least since Cristoforo Colombo [c. 1451-May 20, 1506] made landfall on October 12, 1492. Before the country became known as the United States of America, it was settled in colonies along the eastern coast by English speakers. So the colonizing lead that English…
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Yes, Italians share the same celebrations as other countries of the Roman Catholic heritage. Indeed, it's the saints' days and the religious holidays that the Italian peninsula celebrates in common with diverse countries of Africa, the Americas, and Europe in particular. So for example, the Christma…
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Wine can't fermentate with spit.
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One of the easiest ways to find a teacher of Italian is to check with a school where Italian is taught. There may be staff members or qualified students who'd be interested in private tutoring. Another way is to check with the staff of special language teaching schools. Particularly in the big cit…
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There's the small, family owned style of Italian restaurant in the United States of America. There also is the chain of small, family owned Italian restaurants. There's the luxurious style of Italian restaurant in the big cities. These three restaurants offer authentic food made from fresh ingredien…
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Not sure what you mean, but it doesn not make sense in Italian. Look you have three conjugated verbs with three different subject pronouns (io, voi, io).
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The Italians who immigrated to the United States of America brought with them the art of their memories. In many places throughout Italy, these former residents had been in daily contact with art. The contact might have been sculptures. Or it might have been paintings by famous masters. Or it might …
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Italian hair tends to be curly and thick. So it can be worn at just about any length. It can be cut short and frame the face with lots of bouncing curls. Or it can be worn long in a pony tail or braids. Or it can be worn up in a bun, on top of the head or low on the head, down towards the neck. Eith…
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quali paesi praticano la pena di morte ?
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Life must be reassuring for many children in Italy. The network of families and close friends is supportive. There are frequent reunions. The child usually benefits from the positive attention of both parents, both grandparents on both sides, and all other relatives. So the child gets a lot of direc…
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A good way to start on Italian family history is to interview living family members. It's amazing how many pieces of the genealogical puzzle fall into place just by talking to others in the immediate and extended family. For example, family members may have old pictures or treasured family Bibles in…
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Please try visiting the following website for land line service provider Telecom Italy: http://italy.angloinfo.com/countries/italy/telecoms.asp. Telecom Italia gives information about other service providers of land line telephones. From their home page, there are links to such other providers as BT…
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Derived from Latin masculine second declension ending "-us", the "o" ending generally signals that a word/name is masculine. Exceptions include names like "Andrea" (Andrew), "Luca" (Luke) and "Nicola (Nicholas)", which are of Greek origin.
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Yes, it's acceptable to precede an Italian man's name with 'Gentmo' on the envelope. The letters stand for 'Gentiluomo'. It's a masculine gender noun that means 'gentleman, man of honor, nobleman'. It often is used in conjunction with other titles before the addressee gets to the Italian's actual fi…
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The more religious of Italians honor the many feast days of the Roman Catholic Church. For example, the saint for whom one may be named has a certain designated day of remembrance year after year. Traditionally, the saint's day even may be celebrated as the birthday of the bearer of that saint's nam…
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Italians tend to eat their meals at times when it's coolest for them to do so. Breakfast may be a bit later than in the United States of America. It's a small meal that gets an Italian going, but without leaving an Italian feeling in need of a mid morning nap. Lunch tends to be eaten just before t…
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The currency of Italy is now the euro of the European Union. The conversion rates need to be checked for the latest findings. But as of 22 hours 56 minutes 23 seconds UTC on November 11, 2009, one source of information gave the conversion as U.S. $749,200,945,875.67 for 500,000,000,000 euros. Each e…
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Prego is an Italian equivalent of 'Please'. It's pronounced 'PREH-goh'. The word for 'Thank you' is 'Grazie'. It's pronounced 'GRAH-tsee-eh'.
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No, JosepH Louis Barrow [May 13, 1914-April 12, 1981] wasn't known to speak Italian. It's possible that he learned the language during his World War II years in Europe. But there's no official record to that effect. And he spent much of the time abroad in England. Louis' connection with Italian ins…
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Always and forever
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red, green and White
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The word 'signor' is Italian for 'sir, mister, gentleman'. Its abbreviation in Italian is Sig. The word 'signora' is Italian for the title of 'Mrs' of 'Ms'. Its abbreviation is 'Sig.a'.
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Italians may have jobs in churches, as administrative and religious staff. Or they may have jobs in family businesses, such as boutiques and restaurants. Or they may have jobs in hostels and hotels. Or they may have jobs in industry and manufacturing, such as leather workers. Or they may have jobs i…
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Italians came to Utah in response to the missionary activities of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Europe. In fact, in 1849, Church President Brigham Young [June 1, 1801-August 29, 1877] specifically mentioned the importance of missions in Scandinavia, Italy, and France to mission …
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"Fifty-two (52) weeks" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase cinquantadue settimane. The cardinal number and feminine plural noun reference the expected total of weeks within one year. The pronunciation will be "tcheen-KWAN-ta-DOO-ey SET-tee-MA-ney" in Italian.
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Italians tended to settle in areas where Italian communities were established or establishing. The first and easiest places in which to settle were locations along the coast and in the big cities. That's why there still are big Italian communities in such coastal states as Massachusetts and New Jers…
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Depends on the gathering. Some parties that bring together many people from the same village or region will have tarantellas or local dances. At nightclubs people will dance to Top 40 or Eurodance music. At weddings it's a mix of everything.
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La Riviera ligure is an Italian equivalent of 'Italian Riviera'. In the word by word translation, the feminine definite article 'la' means 'the'. The feminine gender noun 'Riviera' means 'coast, seashore'. The adjective/noun 'ligure' means 'Ligurian'. The phrase is pronounced 'lah ree-vee-EH-rah lee…
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Interessante? I think it is Interessate Which eye parts are hit, are interested
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Yes, Italian men are. In fact, there's a saying about what's considered the best and most beautiful of the world's different countries. For example, in the best of all possible worlds, a man or a woman would eat beautiful French food. He or she would live in a beautiful American dream house. He'd ma…
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All Italian cities have beautiful women. The Italians tend to be an attractive people. But Rome tends to be categorized as having the most beautiful of all of the beautiful Italian women.
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Italians tend to be a higher class people in their aspirations and cultural interests. For example, they tend to aspire to higher achievements in art, business, music, science, and sports. They likewise tend to aspire to a higher quality in cooking and the environment.
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Recent estimates of the number of smokers in Italy tend to be based on sample surveys. The results are always tentative when they depend upon methods of self-reporting. But figures from surveys in 2002-2003 lead one to believe that just under one-third of the adult male and just under one-quarter of…
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Salvatore and Stefano are examples of male names that start with the letter 's'. They're pronounced 'sahl-vah-TOH-ray'* and 'STEH-fah-noh', respectively. Stefania is an example of a woman's name that begins with the letter 's'. It's pronounced 'steh-FAH-nyah'. *The sound 'ay' is similar to the sou…
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No, Italians are not Europeans. It is often said that, Italians are 'aliens' to Europe.In fact, it is fair to assert that Italy is a country in Europe, but the population in it is not European.
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Italians like to do activities with their families and friends. So they like to get together for fun dancing, drinking and eating, listening and playing to music, singing, and talking. They like to go for walks in the parks and mountains. They like to grow and make Italian food from Italian ingredie…
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The Italian heather (Erica ventricosa) does well in pots. It is picky about its living conditions. Containers may allow more control to keep conditions the way the plant prefers them. They also allow the plant to be moved in and out of the house since the plant is frost intolerant. In fact, it is on…
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He full name on the letter is fine. If she is married you could add Signora in front, if she is single Signorina. Example: Signorina Maria Antonellli or just Maria Antonelli.
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Italians come to England to be tourists. They come to England to learn the English language. They come to England to study at one of the many schools. They come to England to take vacations. They come to England to understand English culture and ways of doing things. They come to England to visit fr…
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Italian customs are different in different Italian regions, longstanding in their use, significant in Italy's daily life, and uniform in the sense of history and welcome that they impart to the practitioner.
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lunch can be a large meal in Italy about 1pm, but dinner can be be large too around 8pm. My sister who lives in Italy would say the evening meal.
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In a formal situation, Italians greet each other with handshakes. In informal situations, they tend to greet each other with hugs and kisses. But there also can be handshakes among those within one's close circle of family and friends.
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Italian cities did not have advancement possibilities for those Italians who worked in jobs in which they were underemployed and had no way of calling attention to themselves. Italian cities did not have funds for those Italians who would have done well in primary and secondary education but couldn'…
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In north-east Italy there are lots of surnames that don't end in vowels - Benetton, for example. Then there's 'Canalis' - the surname of George Clooney's Italian girlfriend.
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Healthy eating, excellent taste, and easy preparation are reasons why Italian food is a main food in Maryland. Italian grocery stores are known for their preferences for fresh, healthy foods. Italian restaurants are known for their standards in regard to food preparation and storage. In both cases, …
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Buffon, ovvio. :-)
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Grazie al c.d. Visa Waiver Program (Viaggio senza visto), i cittadini italiani non necessitano un visto per recarsi negli Stati Uniti per un periodo inferiore a 3 mesi. A partire dal 12 gennaio 2009 coloro i quali intendono recarsi negli Stati Uniti usufruendo del Visa Waiver Program, dovranno rich…
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Dipende dal tuo stato di salute. Comunque non credo faccia particolarmente bene.
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Washington, New York, los angeles, san francisco, las Vegas, new Orleans, santa fe, Amarillo, niagara falls, Oklahoma city, san antonio, la valle della morte eccetera
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La Spagna ha 13 città patrimonio dell'umanità tra le queali si possono trovare: Salamanca, Toledo, Cuenca, Alcala de Henares, El escorial, Santiago de Compostela, Granada, Cordoba, Merida, Segovia o Avila.Comunque, la Spagna ha tantissimo patrimonio artistico e culturale quindi è una bella gara.
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Rabat, Fez, e Marrakesh
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Con cera polacco
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Il countyside è meglio
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prima di tutto posso dirti è khajuraho...
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roma, pisa, milano, firenze, l'isola di capri, la sicilia e la sardegna
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JerusalemHaifaEilatEin Gedi
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Bloemfontain, Cape Town, Durban
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cuocere alla griglia bollire frittura
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Strati di carne macinata con strati di pasta stagione da gustare
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Teheran, Persepolis, e Shiraz
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Federica Guidi (nata 19 maggio 1969) è il ministro dello sviluppo economico in Italia. Il ministero rappresenta l'accorpamento dei ministeri d'industria, commercio e artigianato; di commercio internazionale; e di comunicazioni. Laureata in giurisprudenza e lavorando come analista finaziaria e impre…
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Italians take naps if their leisure time occurs during the heat of the day. They spend some time at the beach. They sit out in the garden and read newspapers if their leisure time occurs during the later, cooler daylight hours. They meet friends in cafes. They go shopping for fresh foods or special …
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The present passive in Italian tends to be formed in one of two ways. One is by the use of reflexive verbs. As an example, the infinitive 'chiamarsi' means 'to be called, to call oneself'. So 'mi chiamo' means 'I am called' or 'I call myself'. Another way is by the combination of the infinitive wi…
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Please try visiting the following website: http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/0072956429/information_center_view0/. The home page allows the visitor the option of 'Help' or 'Feedback'. Either option may direct the visitor to ways of obtaining the Prego workbook.
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Slang words for an Italian male and an Italian female are Romeo and Giulietta. They're proper nouns, from the play 'Romeo and Juliet' by William Shakespeare [baptized April 26, 1564-April 23, 1616]. The name 'Romeo' is pronounced 'ROH-meh-oh', and the name 'Giulietta' 'joo-lee-EHT-tah'.
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Clothes that are light in color and weight are typical summer wear in Italy. Natural fabrics, such as cotton, allow the wearer to breathe, and avoid perspiring under Italy's bright, hot sun. Short sleeved blouses and shirts may be more common than sleeveless attire in some regards. Likewise, comfort…
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Id say their diet is different. As the rich ones would buy more expensive cuts of meat & more expensive types of fish, plus buy expensive luxurious desserts and eat out much more.
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Trovalo nel internet. Sarà migliore prezzi e più veloce. Nel internet, ci sono più opzioni per trovare il prezzo migliore.
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quanto costa il biglietto del treno milano londra.e gli orari del treno milano londra.
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Carne,specialmente quella equina perchè ricca di ferro.
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Il cibo migliore per dimagrire è Il limone.
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Prega e tira tante madonne!!
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