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Fucus

a genus of algae, typically having greenish-brown slimy FRONDS (2), such as Fucus vesiculosus , the bladderwrack.
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It is true that Giulio Andreotti presented his resignation as national president of the FUCI at the end of June 1944 to enter the ranks of the Christian Democrats.
In face of the mounting pressures that came from the Christian Democrats to the members of the FUCI to enter into the ranks of their political structures, it was probably the ecclesiastical assistant Emilio Guano who most forcefully and vehemently defended the independence and the freedom of action of the fucini in the political realm.
Moro, like Satta and others in the FUCI, thought that the nation had entered into a period of crisis after the armistice of 8 September 1943, a time of dissolution and disintegration in the civic and communal structures of the country.
Probablemente, por primera vez en su historia, bajo la presidencia de Giuseppe Spataro (1920-1922), que muy poco despues fue un destacado personaje de la politica nacional, la FUCI logro concentrar su atencion en el mundo universitario, intentando identificar problemas, dificultades, anomalias, pero sobre todo tratando de idear soluciones y medidas concretas que podrian haber mejorado la situacion.
La FUCI se preocupo, pues, de preparar a los estudiantes catolicos para los nuevos e inevitables desafios ligados al fin de la Segunda Guerra Mundial, y a las transformaciones politicas, economicas y sociales que habian sacudido el pais.