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Ca·nos·sa

 (kə-nŏs′ə, kä-nōs′sä)
A village of north-central Italy in the Apennines. In January 1077 the Holy Roman emperor Henry IV did penance at the castle here to obtain a pardon from his excommunication by Pope Gregory VII.

Canossa

(kəˈnɒsə; Italian kaˈnossa)
n
(Placename) a ruined castle in N Italy, in Emilia near Reggio nell'Emilia: scene of the penance done by the Holy Roman Emperor Henry IV before Pope Gregory VII
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(8.) Zarini GG, Vaccaro JA, Canossa Terris MA, Exebio JC, Tokayer L, Antwi J, Ajabshir S, Cheema A, Huffman FG.
Contract awarded for Canossa catholic primary school:provision of multimedia educator 2019
It is based at Pasta di Canossa, a factory established by the family of the same name, which produces pasta using an Omnia line for multiformat dry pasta equipped for the production of instant pasta too.
Thus, under such conditions the seeds respond to the light stimulus, which indicates the nearness of the soil surface and the emerged seedling could support the growth until the emergence (CANOSSA et al., 2007).
The Catholic Archdiocese of Cagayan de Oro has an orphanage for abandoned kids called the House of Friendship, which eventually evolved into the Balay Canossa Orphanage (managed by the Canossan Missionaries); it accommodates and protects abandoned, neglected and orphaned street children.
Magdalene Gabriella of Canossa was born on March 2, 1774, in Verona, Italy.
Henry found it necessary to beg the Pope's forgiveness, kneeling in the snow for three days as a penitent at the gates of Canossa Castle until Gregory felt compelled to absolve him.
The notion of game analytics brings together large datasets for analysing human behaviour, supporting learning experiences and supporting individual and group performance and personalisation capabilities (e.g., El-Nasr, Drachen & Canossa, 2013; Drachen et al., 2013; Gibson & de Freitas, 2016).
The observance of National Migrants Sunday was held at the Canossa College in San Pablo City, Laguna, with the Diocese of San Pablo serving as the national host.
Studies on the intrinsic and extrinsic factors that affect germination can be used to develop strategies of reduction of the seed bank and, consequently, of the infestations of cropped areas (Canossa et al., 2008; Martins et al., 2013).
If the mother party were not to withdraw its demand of loyalty from the youth league, the split would be a fact: 'One thing is certain: the left and the youth league will not walk to Canossa, kneeling barefoot in the snow before some imperious popes' residencies, stuttering out: father, forgive us.' (39) The semi-mock, pompous religious language is carried throughout the piece, punctuated by a high-flown 'We are ready to receive the portent.' (40) The blame from the SDUF fell naturally on SAP: 'The party right has without hesitation split the party.' (41)