Campania


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a region of southwestern Italy on the Tyrrhenian Sea including the islands of Capri and Ischia

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The Campania, along with several other famous merchant ships, attended the Review to accommodate the guests.
They transport fresh buffalo mozzarella twice weekly from Campania, from production to plate in 24 hours.
Expected to become an important reference tool for the about 8 million of visitors expected to travel to Naples following their stay in Milan, the web site is open to advertising proposals, and to featuring companies--and business-people--with commercial ties to Napoli and the Campania region.
This came during a visit by Kuwait's Ambassador to Italy Sheikh Ali Khaled Al-Jaber Al-Sabah to Naples where he met and held talks with its Mayor Luigi de Magistres and Naples Perfect Francesco Musolino and Campania region's President Stefano Caldoro.
"This has been one of the biggest moments in my career as a designer," Campania added.
Did you visit HMS Campania? Get in touch with Remember When by writing to Ray Marshall, Remember When, Evening Chronicle, Groat Market, Newcastle, NE1 1ED or email ray.marshall@sky.com
US The Hanover Insurance Group (NYSE:THG) said on Wednesday it wrapped up on 31 March 2010 the takeover of US The Campania Group, a specialty insurer for the healthcare sector.
Mozzarella comes chiefly from Italy's Campania region around Naples.
The tainted products came from a few buffalo milk farms in the southern Campania region.
Beneath a papier-mache quilt--the hallmark of this duo from Italy's Campania region--one glimpsed the silhouette of a camel attempting to flee the blades of an enormous electric blender.
I can identify with Grippo's complaint--my maternal grandparents emigrated from Campania in the 1910s.
Maritime memories as we look at more archive pictures of the two liners to bear the name Mauretania ship as it traversed the original Mauretania, which was built on Tyneside, and her sister Cunarder, Campania, outside Cammell Laird in 1914.