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a city in northern Italy (northwest of Venice) on the River Adige

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Once the new ticketing solution is approved by Trentino Trasporti and herewith the related accreditation is formally closed, Hitachi Rail STS will start selling tickets for the public transportation system of the Autonomous Trento's province receiving a revenue share on the sold tickets base.
Presilda, regional spokesperson of DA 13 said the completed FMR will benefit 355 households or 1,408 direct beneficiaries in Trento town.
The troops proceeded to Sitio Maot, Barangay Pangyan, Trento, Agusan del Sur to respond to the information given by the NPAs about hidden IEDs in the said barangay.
However, according to the information sent by Antonino Rusconi, the official of the Soprintendenza of Trento, the Italian State office which safeguards works of fine art, to the Ministry of National Education in Rome, Julius Kaumheimer later concealed the most important and precious porcelain works from his Collection of figurines.
(now Trento vice mayor), Edwin Demegillo, Pedro Mordeno, and Leona Magno; and incumbent town councilor Ludy Andale within 10 days from October 19.
Alshamsi travelled to Trento, Italy, to represent the team at the Big Data Jam.
STEF Trento employs 13 employees (to which one should add the staff of the coop) and operates from a 2,400sq.m warehouse in the Trento Interporto, on behalf of the local food industry, mostly SMEs.
Alfredo Trento, director of cardiothoracic surgery.
Mis primeras investigaciones se centraron, no en el Concilio de Trento, sino en la historia economica.
Indulging her inclination for the comic-ridiculous and borrowing from the traditions of folk celebrations, Favaretto led volunteers wearing the bizarre heads in improvised processions, first in Bergamo for the Galleria d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, then in Trento at the Galleria Civica d'Arte Contemporanea, then at a train station in Brussels.
The European Commission gave the go-ahead on October 1 to a state aid scheme proposed by the Autonomous Province of Trento in Italy to encourage the development of combined transport and reduce the cost of access to this so-called 'piggy-back' form of rail-road transport.
Since its establishment in the early 1970s, the Istituto storico italo-germanico in Trento, now directed by Giorgio Cracco, has produced several impressive series of publications that combine the best of Italian and German historical scholarship over a wide range of topics and periods.
Trento Roseville (California): Forum (Prima Publishing), 2001, pages 516 and index, $55.
That's what McConnell, with Challenger: A Major Malfunction, and Joseph Trento, with Prescription for Disaster, have accomplished.