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 (môd′n-ə, mō′dĕ-nä)
A city of northern Italy west-northwest of Bologna. Long an important ecclesiastical center, it is also home to one of Europe's oldest universities (founded 1175).
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(Italian ˈmɔːdena)
1. (Placename) a city in N Italy, in Emilia-Romagna: ruled by the Este family (18th–19th century); university (1678). Pop: 175 502 (2001). Ancient name: Mutina
2. (Breeds) (sometimes not capital) a popular variety of domestic fancy pigeon originating in Modena
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(ˈmoʊd n ə)

a city in N Italy, NW of Bologna. 176,556.
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The discovery of the couple, buried during the 5th century, was made while archaeologists were excavating an ancient Roman palace in the Italian town of Mutina, which is now called as Modena.
On Tuesday evening in Al Mutina, a three-year-old sustained serious injuries after being run over by a car while a man was hit by a vehicle in the early hours of Wednesday in Damascus Street.
Hirtius and Pansa died after the Battle of Mutina in which Antony had been defeated.
The ruins belonged to the suburbs of Modena, then called Mutina.
As the first time is associated with civilia busta of Mutina and Philippi, the second (the quotation is unknown) and third with military might, the fourth, describing the beauty of the temple of Apollo, might suggest (for readers who had read the poems in this sequence) that the temple was booty from war.
She has designed for companies such as B&B Italia, Bisazza, Alessi, Foscarini, Mutina, Panasonic and Viccarbe, and has executed architecture commissions for Roberto Torretta, Valentino, Max Mara and Moroso, among others.