Bolzano


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an Italian city in Trentino-Alto Adige near the Austrian border

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Former Bolzano player, Carlyle Lewis was the star of the show with two goals, one assist and a string of big hits that left the Hungarian defence unable to cope with the big power forward.
In November, two technicians from the Llangollen Royal International Pavilion will also travel to Bolzano to gain experience of working with Italian technicians, known for their wealth of expertise and experience.
Cleaning service of the walls and the road surfaces of the tunnel of the road network of the Autonomous Province of Bolzano for the period: 2016-2017.
The Bolzano region is similar to North Wales, as it is a mountainous, bilingual region, with Italian and German as its two main languages.
The Bolzano plant is part of the company's Speedline operations.
Tenders are invited for Technical assistance for the implementation of the operational program investing in growth and employment erdf 2014-2020 autonomous province of bolzano - south tyrol.
In fact, he knows Bolzano, having played there in 2006, the year before he came to Belfast Giants.
After eating, we drove on (well, I didn't drive, obviously, I snoozed), passing brightly-clothed hikers and cyclists on the hill-flanked roads to Bolzano, the capital city of the region and our base for the long weekend.
CONWY and Denbighshire councils, which are building civic and trade links with the South Tyrol province in north east Italy, will hold a business seminar in the provincial capital Bolzano on March 10 and 11, 2004.
Contrary to Bolzano, Lotze considers imagination only as a conditio sine qua non for a complete objectification of the subjective imagination.
The Alcoa Italia operations include: two primary aluminum smelters at Portovesme and Fusina; a rolling mill at Fusina; four extrusion plants at Bolzano, Fossanova, Feltre and Iglesias; an extrusion die shop at Mori; six metal distributions centers in Italy; three administrative centers; and sales offices in Germany, France, Spain and the United Kingdom.
I AM writing this week's column from our hotel, the Gardenhotel Premstaller in Bolzano.
Bohemian-born Bolzano (1781-1848) was known for his work in logic, the foundations of mathematics, and the philosophy of science and later, as a religious scholar in Prague, as a determined critic of abuses in church and state.
He was buried in two metres of snow at Val Senales, near Bolzano.
The business centre project has grown out of links between Conwy county and the Italian region of Bolzano where Imago is based.