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Bergamasco

a medium to large-sized Italian sheepdog with a long black or gray coat of harsh texture which forms into strands or loose mats.
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Sprinz, Morley Glass & Glazing, Glas Trosch Holding, Vetraria Bergamasca Tecnovetro and Essex Safety Glass.
27-42; "Legislazione statutaria e autonomie nella pianura bergamasca," in M.
Nel primo caso il regista, per rievocare liricamente il mondo contadino della pianura bergamasca sullo scorcio dell'Ottocento, ha adottato il dialetto locale in uso tra gli anziani, costringendo gli interpreti giovani e i bambini ad impararlo come una lingua morta.
Nasdaq:FDRY), a performance and total solutions leader for end-to-end switching and routing, has been selected by Azienda Bergamasca Multiservizi Information and Communication Technology (ABM ICT) to engineer a next-generation carrier-grade MPLS wide area network (WAN) for the Province of Bergamo in northern Italy.
Bergamo: Associazione bergamasca bande musicali, 2004.
Other pieces to be included in the programme are: Praeludium in C (BUhm ), TiArce en taille (De Grigny), Bergamasca (Frescobaldi) , Fugue on Bach No5 (Schumann) and Fantasia and Fugue on Bach (Liszt).
The Azienda Bergamasca Multiservizi Information Technology (ABM ICT) was founded in spring 2005, with the aim of building and owning the network and providing residents with seamless broadband access.
Implementing agency : Consorzio di Bonifica della Media Pianura Bergamasca
completamente la visuale della piana bergamasca quando ci si trovi a
Similarly, in discussing variation 30 (the Quodlibet), Williams usefully points out similarities with Girolamo Frescobaldi's Bergamasca without reminding the reader of the earlier consposer's memorable--and potentially provocative, if the suggestion of influence is correct--observation that "whoever plays the Bergamasca learns not a little" (Girolamo Frescobaldi, Fiori Musicali [Venice: Appresso Alessandro Vincenti, 1635]; reprint, Orgel- und Klavierwerke, vol.