Italian-speaking


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Adj.1.Italian-speaking - able to communicate in Italian
communicatory, communicative - able or tending to communicate; "was a communicative person and quickly told all she knew"- W.M.Thackeray
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Elena Sciarrillo, who grew up in an Italian-speaking household in Mold, graduated with an MA in English Literature last year.
These include the University of Italian-speaking Switzerland ( USI ), the University of Southern Switzerland ( SUPSI ), the Dalle Molle Research Institute for Artificial Intelligence ( IDSIA ), the Institute for Biomedical Research ( IRB ) and the Swiss National Supercomputing Center ( CSCS ), the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH ) is connected.
"President Sisi exerted strong pressures on Haftar to convince him to attend the mini-summit, away from the conference program," the Italian-speaking agency said.
It is open to Italian-speaking children aged 9 to 16 years old.
One Swiss canton, Italian-speaking Ticino, already has a similar ban, while two others have rejected it.
The Italian-speaking canton has a population of 350,000, around two percent of whom are Muslim.
The thriller/love story about modern slavery and a migrant Chinese construction worker who vanishes in Singapore has won the Golden Leopard for best film at the Locarno Film Festival in the Italian-speaking Swiss resort popular for its outdoor screenings.
The fully booked propeller plane, built in 1939 and retired by Switzerland's air force in 1981, was flying the passengers back to its base at Duebendorf, near Zurich, from a two-day trip to the Italian-speaking Ticino region.
Italian-speaking Ticino is the only Swiss canton which has introduced a total face-covering ban in public places.
At Deutsche Bank in Switzerland, Steffen was responsible for ultra-high net worth private banking clients, entrepreneurs, and single family offices in German and Italian-speaking Switzerland.
Police in the town of Brissago in Switzerland's Italian-speaking canton of Ticino said they were called to a refugee centre, after a report of an altercation after midnight.
The news comes after the Italian-speaking region of Ticin in the south of the country passed a ban on full-face veils last year.