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Fog·gia

 (fō′jə)
A city of southern Italy northeast of Naples. It is a transportation and industrial center and a major wheat market.
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Foggia

(Italian ˈfɔddʒa)
n
(Placename) a city in SE Italy, in Apulia: seat of Emperor Frederick II; centre for Carbonari revolutionary societies in the revolts of 1820, 1848, and 1860. Pop: 155 203 (2001)
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Fog•gia

(ˈfɔd dʒɑ)

n.
a city in SE Italy. 159,192.
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The Article has been published with the contribution of 5x1000 IRPEF funds in favor of the University of Foggia, in the memory of Gianluca Montel.
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Assunta was born and raised in San Giovanni Rotunda, Foggia, Italy, daughter of Vincenza (Grifa) and Michele Carrabba.
He made his name with Foggia under Zdenek Zeman in what became known as the miracle of Foggia.
Giuseppe Rossi, Pasquale Foggia and Sergio Pellissier all scored their first international goals for Marcello Lippi's world champions, although Northern Ireland goalkeepers Jonathan Tuffey and Alan Mannus prevented a heavier defeat.
"It was a great experience." Italy now head out for the Confederations Cup after a comfortable victory that saw Giuseppe Rossi, Pasquale Foggia and Sergio Pellissier all scored their first international goals for Marcello Lippi's world champions.
His body will be put on display next Thursday after a mass at Santa Maria Delle Grazie Church in San Giovanni Rotondo near Foggia, Italy.