Gorizia


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Gorizia

(Italian ɡoˈrittsja)
n
(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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Born in Piedmont (September 28, 1871); commissioned in the artillery (1890), he first saw action in the Italo-Ethiopian War (1895-1896); survived the disaster of Adowa (March 1, 1896); served in the Italo-Turkish War in Libya (1911-1912); involved in the Isonzo battles (1915-1917), he first served as chief of staff for the 2d Army; later, as commander of II Corps, he gained distinction for the capture of Monte Sabotin (near Gorizia) (August 6, 1916); still in command of II Corps during the battle of Caporetto (October 24-November 12, 1917), he extracted his forces with difficulty; appointed chief of staff to Gen.
'O Gorizia' (trad.), Sandra Mantovani, from the album Bella ciao, I Dischi del Sole, 1964 (now on CD Bravo Records BR 128553735-2)
Yet evidence from this research reveals that that was not always the case in practice, at least not as regards responses to the Soviet interventions in one of the Italian party's newest affiliations, the PCI Federation of Gorizia, which had become part of the national party structure in 1947.
(1955), or the monuments erected at Gorizia in 1958 and at
Romanian accession in the European Union, Gorizia: ISOG
They later joined the most distinguished international choral competitions-Spittal, Austria; Arezzo and Gorizia, Italy; Neuchatel, Switzerland; Debrecen, Hungary; Varna, Bulgaria; Tolosa, Spain; and Marktoberdorf in Germany, and winning all the top prizes.
Apos uma experiencia abortada em Gorizia, Basaglia e sua equipe conduzem o experimento mais importante e conhecido de reforma psiquiatrica na cidade de Trieste.
All that was rendered meaningless to the perfectionist from Gorizia by Glen Johnson's failure to cut out a dangerous cross and Robert Green's inability to accept either of two opportunities to push the ball away from his goal.
Wryk, a Polish mezzo-soprano, recently won first prize in 15th International Voice Competition in Gorizia She is an active recitalist giving concerts in Poland, Italy, Germany and the United States.
In 2005 Voces8 swept the board at the 44th International Choral Grand Prix in Gorizia, winning first prize for performances in the jazz category and the audience vote for best performance.
In marked contrast, Italy grants the Slovene minority living in the region of Trieste and Gorizia only fourteen categories of rights, of which four are fully applied and ten are partially applied.