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  • Prince Islands Saint Vincent Samoa San Marino Sao Tome e Principe Sarawak Sardinia Saudi Arabia Saxony Senegal Serbia Serbian Post Abroad Seychelles Shanghai
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  • Parma Italian State, Romagna Italian State, Roman State Italian State, Sardinia Italian State, Sicily Italian State, Tuscany Italian States Italy Ivory
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  • began hostilities against the Holy Roman Empire by invading the island of Sardinia, given to Austria by the Treaty of Utrecht ending the War of the Spanish
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  • Indo-European languages. It is spoken and written on most of the island of Sardinia. Classified by virtually all linguists as being part of the Western subdivision
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  • In this section we describe the Parkes observatory in detail. The maser system at Parkes does not produce a signal such as a 1 second tick. Instead
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  • the Prime Minister of Piedmont-Sardinia and served King Victor Emmanuel II. He built up the strength of Piedmont-Sardinia, establishing a strong army, a
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  • Catalonia, Valencia, the Balearic Islands, Andorra, the city of Alghero in Sardinia, Northern Catalonia in France, a region of Aragon known as La Franja de
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  • Sicily to the house of Austria, received the island of Sardinia and became the kingdom of Sardinia. Spain joined the alliance. A progressive rapprochement
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  • been in contact with Vincenzo, a gentle man from the beautiful island of Sardinia, that he left in order to become a politically committed sociologist and
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  • Disionario (LFN-Engles) Imajina un isola en la Mar Mediteraneo, entre Sardinia e Minorca, clamada la Isola Franca. "Franca" es la nom donada a la persones
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  • with all the recognized minority languages, including Sardo (Sardu) in Sardinia, German in Trentino-Südtirol and Friulano and Slovene in Friuli-Venezia
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  • Metropolitan France. Corsica is directly north of the Italian island of Sardinia. Corsica is not actually a region of France, it has its own special status
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  • began hostilities against the Holy Roman Empire by invading the island of Sardinia, given to Austria by the Treaty of Utrecht ending the War of the Spanish
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  • having fought a naval battle before, and conquered Sicily, Corsica, and Sardinia. The terms of the peace for Carthage were so extreme, that a young boy
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  • and was found in Spain, as well as Gaul (around Lugdunum), Italy, Elba, Sardinia, Sicily, Noricum, Illyria, Macedonia, Asia Minor, Near East, Africa, and
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  • when it was an official language and the court language of the Kingdom of Sardinia. It hasn’t to be used only in certain circles. It is a real language. It
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  • I Anastasius II Symmachus He was the son of Fortunatus and a native of Sardinia. He was elected to the papacy on November 22, 498 at the Lateran Basilica
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  • having fought a naval battle before, and conquered Sicily, Corsica, and Sardinia. The terms of the peace for Carthage were so extreme, that a young boy
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  • European telescopes (Effelsberg, Jodrell Bank, Nançay, Westerbork and Sardinia). The Parkes Pulsar Timing Array (PPTA; Manchester et al. 2013) uses observations
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  • Julius Caesar's victory over his father, was established in Sicily and Sardinia as part of an agreement reached with the Second Triumvirate in 39 BCE.
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