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Gorizia

(Italian ɡoˈrittsja)
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(Placename) a city in NE Italy, in Friuli-Venezia Giulia, on the Isonzo River: cultural centre under the Hapsburgs. Pop: 35 667 (2001). German name: Görz Bosnian, Croatian, and Serbian name: Gorica
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The minister announced the appointments of family members Rebecca Dunn, Theresa Epp, Susan Boulter and Guy Mercier of Winnipeg, community members Ian Anderson of Lockport, Helena Goerz of Morden, Sheri Grenier-Rooke of Mitchell, Vandana Jamadagni of Brandon, June Letkeman of Plum Coulee and Brent Scales of Swan River, and lawyer members Rnald Rmillard, Harvey Slobodzian and Sandra Kliman of Winnipeg, and Avaline Widmer of Morden.
Veteran Canadian bass Thomas Goerz sounded amazingly fresh and resonant in Titurel's brief intonings, sung from stage right.
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36) Larry Peterson in collaboration with Phyllis Seymour, Ed Goerz, Brad Lennon, Paul Webb, and Bob Gay, Transforming Our Organizations Towards Justice: Organizational Transformation Project of the Urban Core Support Network (Toronto: Division of Mission in Canada, United Church of Canada, 1992), 21-4.
Goerz, "MHz repetition rate solid-state driver for high current induction accelerators," Particle Accelerator Conference, 423-427, 1999.
The earliest newspaper intended to serve mainly Mennonite immigrants to the United States from Russia was Zur Heimath, published monthly between 1875 and 1881 with David Goerz serving as editor.
Another manner for the use of the CBPR was presented by Ueckert, Goerz, Ataian, Tessmann and Prokosch (2003) to increase patient power in the process, since it allows for their direct communication with health professionals.
Telling it with Alberto Savinio's Goerz, from Alcesti di Samuele e atti unici, Cassano writes: "Terra, terra.
Set in Munich during the Second World War, Alcesti di Samuele centers on the ultimate sacrifice of Teresa Goerz, a Jewish woman who commits suicide to protect the career of her Christian husband, Paul.
Goerz used a similar glossmeter as Jones and Shook, but the corresponding angles were 60[degrees] and--30[degrees] (relative to the normal), respectively (8).
Investors' confidence seems to have returned," said David Goerz, who oversees $17 billion as chief investment officer at Highmark Capital Management in San Francisco.