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Synonyms for Florence

a city in central Italy on the Arno


a town in northeast South Carolina

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Florentia Iliberritana, ubicada en lo que hoy dia es el barrio del Albaicin granadino, fue en origen un asentamiento iberico integrado en la orbita romana desde el s.
The book displays the likes of 'pentastrin' (a star-shaped bread from the village of Stroumbi, typically baked on New Year's Day) and 'galena' (Easter cookies made with milk, butter and sugar) -- and it's worth pointing out that it was written in collaboration with Zorbas Bakeries, whom Florentia approached (seeking sponsorship, basically) as part of her association with Paphos 2017: European Capital of Culture.
Caption: Lawrence Ihuhua, Secretary General of the Namibia Bank Workers Union and Head of HR at FNB Namibia with Florentia Amuenje at the signing ceremony of the wage agreement between FNB and the Union at the Ministry of Labour and Social Services earlier this week.
Epistolarum Regis, Reginae, Principum, Episcoporum, Magnatum, et Variorum Lusitaniae ad B: Gometium Ulissiponensem Abbatem Insignis Abbatiae S: Mariae de Florentia [et] Responsionum ejusdem B: Ab: Gometii" In the U.
Descriptions of earthquakes and famines, carnival and spectacle, and the fine art of silk embroidery and sericulture provide the backdrop for escapades of indomitable nuns like Christina Cavazza, thwarted opera aficionado; Donna Florentia Campanacci, enchantress and charm purveyor; and the lovesick Angela Aurelia Mogna.
His voyage started on From 39 27 June 1918 on the Florentia, boarding at South Shields and heading for Marseilles with a cargo of coal.
Agony was piled on pain when they had to change the name on their badge to Florentia Viola and were stripped of the right to play in their trademark all-purple kit.
In Trentola (near Marcianise) in 1365 is quoted the quondam domina Deda de Lambertis de Florentia, whose weapon is <<azure with six golden balls>>.
While Argentinian talisman Tevez, who carried his kids Florentia and Katy on to the pitch before kick-off, can conjure moments of brilliance like his solo effort just after half time, Mancini will easily achieve a top-four finish.
Florentia Hadjiefthyvoulou, John Fisk, and Nikola Bridges from the University of Central Lancashire and Catharine Montgomery from Liverpool John Moores University wanted to investigate the link between deficits in prospective memory (remembering to remember, or remembering to perform an intended action) and drug use.
Notas sobre los mitos y nombres miticos clasicos en Leopoldo Alas, "Clarin"", Florentia Iliberritana 20, 79-125.
Well out of the frame at Haydock and Beverley on his previous two starts, Tim Easterby's charge kept on well in the closing stages to take third place behind Absolute Music FLORENTIA Displayed a little more promise returned to seven furlongs at Lingfield and the filly should be capable of picking up a small race on the all-weather.
Prescott''s stable also field runners at Kempton''s night meeting and have reasonable grounds for optimism with Florentia in the digibet Casino Handicap.
1515) Notum sit omnibus presentibus et futuris quod ego Petrus Iohannes Pixafeliz uendo a uos don Martin Sacristan et uxor uestra, domna Florentia, tres uineas que sunt prenominato en e pago de Oterolo.
64-65, 71-80): "Servit Florentia Mundo, / at cui, proh superi, servit Florentia monstro