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Piedmont, Piedmontese

a breed of white or pale gray, with black points, dual-purpose cattle. They have short horns and a deep forehead, like other brachyceros-type cattle.
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Consequences environnementales de l'essor de l'agro-industrie dans un desert de piemont.
Taypes de piemonts de la facade pacifique du Costa Rica: influence du volcanisme et des changements paleoclimatiques dans leur genese", Montagnes et Piemonts R.
There are a number of ways to affiliate and consolidate in addition to mergers and acquisitions," Piemont says.
Um bom exemplo deste traslado contextual encontra-se em uma gravura protestante anonima do seculo XVII, que ilustra a Histoire Generale des Eglises Evangeliques du Piemont ou Vaudoises, de Jean Leger, onde aparecem soldados catolicos executando duas mulheres, que foram presas nuas com amarras a uma lanca e queimadas em "um espeto" (fig.
Prevost G, Pottecher B, Dahlet M, Bientz M, Mantz JM, Piemont Y.
1986--Etude synsystematique des hetraies pyreneennes et des regions limitrophes (Espagne et Piemont aquitain)--Phytocoenologia 14(2): 145-236.
in the Piemont is another Italian pasta producer to use state-of-the-art Buhler process technology.
Tratatul secret din 29 ianuarie 1859 dintre Franta si Piemont, prevedea doar constituirea regatului Italiei de Sus sub monarhia de Savoia si cedarea Nisei si Savoiei catre Franta.
On les accuse d'etre fauteurs d'inflation, de mener une existence confortable aux depens des Francais, rendant inabordables les villes cotieres du Pays basque et les stations thermales du piemont pyreneen.
As observed by Piemont and Buchi (2002), the macrophages treated with this drug become larger, with more cellular projections and a substantial increase of cytoplasmic volume; and according to Pereira et al.
El habla de Galia Tsizalpina (Tsispadana y Transpadana) --reflejada en parte en el habla de Pizzano-Lukck y de Toscano, pero principalmente en los dialectos de Italia del Norte, a saber: de Emilia y Romania, Lombardia oriental y occidental, de Liguria, de Piemont (y Venecia), en las hablas nortenas de Italia, de Venecia y en los hablas friulianas del idioma retorromano.