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an ancient Italian city in central Lombardy

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"Mario returns home," Brescia said in a statement."The return to Italy, after three years, was made possible by Mario's determination and enthusiasm to return to Brescia, the city where he grew up and where, since he was a child, he stood out for his physical and technical skills," the club continued.
She had been living in the Italian town of Brescia with her parents for a few years.
Merici was born in Desenzano along the shores of Lake Garda in Brescia, probably on March 24, 1474.
Con gran acierto, Brescia le presta especial atencion al siglo xix, marcado tanto por la voluntad romantica de recuperar el patrimonio folclorico (Hoffman, Maupassant, Kiepling), como por el surgimiento de una definicion del cuento desde la teoria de su propio quehacer, en las obras de Poe y Chejov.
A2A was formed in 2008 as a result of the merger of former municipal companies of Milan, AEM SpA and AMSA SpA, with that of Brescia, ASM SpA.
The combined stake of Milan and Brescia is just over 55% at present, with each having 27.5%, and after the divestment they will jointly own 50% of the utility.
Livorno finished 18 points clear of Brescia in the table and beat them home and away, yet it's the hosts who are the happier.
With over 26 years of experience in the furniture industry as a dealer, manufacturer and consultant, Brescia is charged with expanding Macro's focus on furniture and relocation management.
BRESCIA: Five immigrants have blockaded themselves on top of a crane for the past 12 days in the Italian city of Brescia in a desperate protest that has attracted national attention.
Edward Brescia said some items still have not been identified and claimed by victims.
GIANFRANCO ZOLA smashed West Ham's transfer record yesterday to complete the pounds 9million signing of Brescia striker Savio Nsereko.
London, ON -- On March 6, 2008, Brescia Women's College at the University of Western Ontario hosted one of Canada's most outspoken abortion and homosexual lifestyle supporters in the person of Michele Landsberg, who gave a talk in conjunction with International Women's Day.