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Bol·za·no

 (bōl-zä′nō, -tsä′-)
A city of northeast Italy near the Austrian border. Originally part of the Austrian Tyrol, it passed to Italy by treaty in 1919.

Bolzano

(Italian bolˈtsano)
n
(Placename) a city in NE Italy, in Trentino-Alto Adige: belonged to Austria until 1919. Pop: 94 989 (2001). German name: Bozen

Bol•za•no

(boʊlˈzɑ noʊ, boʊltˈsɑ-)

n.
a city in NE Italy. 101,230.
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Noun1.Bolzano - an Italian city in Trentino-Alto Adige near the Austrian border; noted as a resort and for its Alpine scenery
Italia, Italian Republic, Italy - a republic in southern Europe on the Italian Peninsula; was the core of the Roman Republic and the Roman Empire between the 4th century BC and the 5th century AD
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But the utmost precautions are sometimes unavailing; and one night at Botzen one of the two English ladies in the room across the passage (whose names, dress and social situation were already intimately known to Janey) had knocked on the door and asked if Mrs.
When the Archers left Botzen they had no idea of ever seeing Mrs.
2010; Nordhaus 2010; Bouwer and Wouter Botzen 2011; Neumayer and Barthel 2011; Barthel and Neumayer 2012).
Zander KK, Botzen WJW, Oppermann E, Kjellstrom T, Garnett ST.
This underestimation of flood damage was shown for the first time empirically in a recent survey of over 1,000 residents in floodplain areas in New York City (Botzen, Kunreuther, and Michel-Kerjan, 2015).
Effective risk communication starts from understanding people's risk perception, that is, people's subjective judgment about the likelihood of negative occurrences (Slovic, 1987), because how people perceive a risk guides their risk-related decisions and behaviors (Bubeck, Botzen, & Aerts, 2012; Burns & Slovic, 2012).
Botzen) Environmental Problem Shifting (Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 2015) Public Views on Economic Growth, the Environment and Prosperity (Global Environmental Change, 2016; with S.