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Benevento

(ˌbɛnəˈvɛntəʊ)
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(Placename) a city in S Italy, in N Campania: at various times under Samnite, Roman, Lombard, Saracen, Norman, and papal rule. Pop: 61 791 (2001). Ancient name: Beneventum
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Jorginho of Napoli during the serie A match between Benevento Calcio and SSC Napoli on February 4, 2018 in Benevento, Italy.
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The Rete Ferroviaria Italiana (RFI) and Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport (MoIT), Italy are jointly undertaking the railway line doubling project between Frasso Telesino to Vitulano in Benevento, Italy.
In a rich sequence of scenes dealing with cultural, linguistic, and economic challenges, the autobiography charts the steady rise of the Mignone family, which came to the United States from a small, centuries-old farm set on a hill top called Gran Potenza, a few miles outside the city of Benevento, Italy.
This proceedings volume, edited by Nardone and Rampone, presents papers from the eponymous workshop held in February 2014 in Benevento, Italy, and which resulted in the signing of international agreements protecting endangered species in North Africa.
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Seventeen articles presented at the second annual Symposium on Search Based Software Engineering held in Benevento, Italy in September 2010 explore cutting edge topics in search based software engineering, the practice of using meta-heuristic search methodologies on computationally complex software engineering problems to find optimal, instead of perfect solutions.