Marchigiana

Marchigiana

see marche.
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e] (188,17) encontrado para a populacao completa esta acima desses niveis criticos e, ainda, acima dos niveis relatados para as racas Marchigiana e Bonsmara (SANTANA Jr.
1998) A G-T transversion introduces a stop codon at the mh locus in hypertrophic Marchigiana beef subjects.
Il secondo saggio ("Leopardi nella poesia marchigiana contemporanea") passa in rassegna alcuni dei poeti marchigiani maggiormente influenzati da temi e stilemi leopardiani.
The breeds included; Charolaise Prim'Holstein Limousine Parthenaise Blonde d'Aquitaine Salers Maine-Anjou (French breeds) Romagnola Marchigiana Chianina Piemontese Italian brown Pezzata Rossa Italian Friesian (Italian breeds) and Belgium Blue (Belgian breed).
In contrast to Sicilian or Marchigiana images of the Madonna del Soccorso, this image reflects a more traditional interpretation of the Virgin's power as intercessor, which was derived from her son and not given solely to her.
David Crescenzi / FORM - Orchestra Filarmonica Marchigiana.
Menu includes Caponata (Sicilian eggplant); Mauro's Choice Insalata d'Giorno; Agnello Marchigiana (braised lamb shanks); handmade Pappardelle pasta; and Ricotta Cheesecake.
15) Butman, Report on Leather and Boots and Shoes in European Markets, 34-38, and Shoe and Leather Trade in Italy and Austria-Hungary, 55-56; Luciano Segreto, "L'industria calzaturiera in Italia: La lunga rincorsa marchigiana, 1914-1960," in L'industria calzaturiera marchigiana: Dalla manifattura alla fabbrica, ed.
Foram utilizadas 22 novilhas de diferentes grupos genéticos, sendo quatro (1/2 Limousin + 1/2 Nelore) (L), oito (1/2 Limousin + 1/4 Nelore + 1/4 RedAngus) (LR), quatro (1/2 Limousin + 1/4 Nelore + 1/4 Simental) (LS), duas (1/2 Marchigiana + 1/4 Nelore + 1/4 Simental) (MS) e quatro (3/4 RedAngus + 1/4 Nelore + 1/4 Guzerá) (RG), com aproximadamente 20 meses de idade e peso médio de 300 kg.
Marchigiana (mar-key-jah-nah) An Italian breed that was developed in ancient Rome from native cattle, including the Chianina, the Marchigiana is grayish-white, and large.