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Synonyms for Abruzzi

a mountainous region of central Italy on the Adriatic

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On Abruzzi route till Camp-IV most of the rope fixing was done by the Korean Team.
Second World War pilot Ian Fraser, who torpedoed the Abruzzi (below left) in |an Albacore bomber (below right)
Italian cruiser Abruzzi which was torpedoed by Solihull pilot Ian Fraser in his Albacore torpedo bomber, right
Ideally, Abruzzi might prefer softer ground and a bit further but his bumper form was on good ground and given the form of his yard, the 16-1 is well worth chancing.
A mountainous terrain difficult to travel to and cross, half of the Abruzzi "is occupied by a national park protected by the state since 1872" (Kostioukovitch 245).
The EU Court of Auditors (ECA) has criticised the EU's Solidarity Fund (EUSF) for funding the construction of seismically isolated and environmentally sustainable housing in italy's Abruzzi region and its capital city of L'Aquila after the April 2009 earthquake.
Abruzzi caught most people unawares at Towcester, but it would come as less of a surprise if he doubles up in the attheraces.
The festival's chief medical officer, Dr William Abruzzi, told Rolling Stone magazine: "These people are really beautiful.
Ray Abruzzi, associate publisher at Gale, has been working on the NCCO initiative for more than a year.
Abruzzi is a hilly region on the Adriatic coast of central Italy.
Tahereh Sheerazie, a Los Angeles-based landscape designer, who worked with five girls to develop a garden at the Abruzzi School in Shigar in the Gilgit-Baltistan territory, said "calling upon their creative faculties, prodding them to come out of their shells was the successful outcome of my two-month exercise teaching garden design.
Can't get much more East Coast than an interview with the legendary Sid Abruzzi from Newport, RI, and an article written by Cambridge Pool local Kevin Day.
MSC Cruises announced the MSC Cruceros Cup indoor soccer tournament to benefit victims of the earthquakes in Abruzzi, Italy, as part of the celebrations welcoming the MSC Splendida to the lineOs fleet.
If the certificates were real, the fine alone would amount to US$ 38 billion, five times the estimated cost of rebuilding quake-devastated Abruzzi region.
Production consists of the full national edition and localized editions for the regions of northern Lazio, Abruzzi and Molise, and the towns of Latina and Frosinone, in most cases with including an additional 16-page section.