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Ber·ga·mo

 (bĕr′gə-mō′)
A city of northern Italy in the foothills of the Alps northeast of Milan. Originally a Gallic settlement, it later became a Lombard duchy.

Bergamo

(Italian ˈbɛrɡamo)
n
(Placename) a walled city in N Italy, in Lombardy. Pop: 113 143 (2001)

Ber•ga•mo

(ˈbɛr gɑ mɔ)

n.
a city in central Lombardy in N Italy. 127,390.
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1797: Gaetano Donizetti, opera composer (Lucia de Lammermoor), was born in Bergamo, Italy.
Based in Bergamo, Italy, Reggiani offers an extensive lineup of industrial inkjet printers utilizing water-based inks for printing on fabric.
They join Team Vestas Wind (Chris Nicholson/AUS) as temporarily out of the race, with the Danish boat currently undergoing a rebuild at the Persico boatyard in Bergamo, Italy, with the aim of returning to action for Legs 8 and 9 in June.
The Jeddah-based IDB group will also donate $150,000 for building a vocational training at an orphanage in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, $200,000 for building an educational and cultural centre in Bergamo, Italy, and $200,000 for building a vocational training centre for the Muslim community in Port Villa, Vanuatu, the report said.
IDB's endowment fund will grant $150,000 for building a vocational training at an orphanage in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, $200,000 for building an educational and cultural centre in Bergamo, Italy, and $200,000 for building a vocational training centre for the Muslim community in Port Villa, Vanuatu.
Osram, Munich, Germany, has announced a deal to acquire privately owned Clay Paky SpA, Bergamo, Italy, aiming at expanding its presence in entertainment lighting for shows and events.
The development of the new Emax 2 breaker took several years and was led by ABB's development center in Bergamo, Italy.
The discovery was made when officers intercepted a Romanian national in his 30s, who had arrived on a flight from Bergamo, Italy.
As of 1963, the countess had sold her company to Wembly Ties (later known as Wemco), owned by New Orleans's Pulitzer family, and relocated to Bergamo, Italy, although she remained a stockholder and "an active absentee designer and selector of material.
With the teenage son refusing to spend time with his father as a result of the separation, the policeman decided to take his daughter to Bergamo, Italy.
The "Ali e Radici World Tour" started in late October 2009, in Rimini, and is planned to continue until June 19, 2010, in Bergamo, Italy.
It should be noted that Niccolo Guicciardini is Professor of the History of Science at the University of Bergamo, Italy.