fascio

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fascio

(ˈfɑːʃəʊ)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) an organized political group, esp in 19th-century Italy
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Spokesman Aldo Fasci said several hours of attempted negotiations failed and police were unable to quell the riot with non-lethal force.
de Franchis, Riduzione dei fasci di curve piane di genere 2, Rend.
4) Incastrate nelle pareti e nei pilastri, e seminascoste negli arredi, queste portano a compimento la trasformazione della scena da "illuminata" in "illuminante", (5) giacche i fasci di luce paiono irradiarsi dagli elementi scenici anziche colpirne la superficie.
Por su parte, Aldo Fasci Zuazua, vocero de seguridad de Nuevo Leon, senala que uno de los principales problemas en el sistema penitenciario de Mexico es la sobrepoblacion, que se agrava por la negativa del gobierno federal de albergar mas internos en sus prisiones, pese a que tiene 10 mil lugares disponibles.
En esa epoca, Fasci acompano a Burgoa a presentar la historica denuncia por corrupcion en contra del entonces presidente Jose Lopez Portillo.
Katy TX IROP Elizabeth Castro Gray, Lamppost Capital Houston TX CAPS, IRORNALP Karen Dimsdale, CAPS Marsh Properties Charlotte NC Tiffanie Dowd, CAPS Perennial Properties Atlanta GA Melissa Fasci, CAM, CAPS Houston TX Bobbie Fields, CAPS Better Housing Coalition Richmond VA April Girard, CAM, CAPS Petersburg Lofts Richmond VA Jamin Harkness.
In March 1919, Mussolini sponsored a conference in Milan intended to bring together, under a central leadership, the loosely structured interventionist fasci.
We asked children what inspired and interested them about history and now Liz Pichon has brought their fasci nating and inspiring choices to life.
El exito de la mision de la Nave Italia confirmaba tambien el hecho de que ya en noviembre de 1924, Eugenio Coselschi, futuro organizador de los fasci en el extranjero, solicitaba la autorizacion de Mussolini para llevar a cabo una nueva mision a America Latina, esta vez con la participacion de profesores, estudiantes universitarios, profesionales, etcetera, con el objeto de "lograr una penetracion cultural de mas amplio alcance".
1919: In Italy, fascism became an organised political movement following the founding of Fasci di Combattimento by Benito Mussolini a month earlier.
Engaging young generations in organized groups, such as the fasci giovanili di combattimento and the GUFs (Gruppi universitari fascisti), was a central component of fascist propaganda, as well as a pivotal theme of its socio-political regeneration.
The word comes from Italy, with a rather confused etymology, from armed gangs in Sicily called fasci, but also invoking"fasces," the bundles of rods and axes carried in front of the Roman lictors to signify their authority.