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Nobile

(Italian nobile)
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(Biography) Umberto. 1885–1978, Italian aeronautical engineer and aviator. He flew his Norge airship over the North Pole (1926) with Amundsen and his Italia airship over the Pole in 1928, crashing on the return
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But its wide front, with a stone balcony from end to end of the piano nobile or most important floor, was architectural enough, with the aid of various pilasters and arches; and the stucco with which in the intervals it had long ago been endued was rosy in the April afternoon.
Have a genuine Italian gelato and a glass of vino nobile di Montepulciano with a tomato and mozzarella salad.
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But University of Oregon assistant professor of music theory Drew Nobile said Dylan wouldn't consider himself a poet.
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Bob Nobile, partner in the New York office of national labor and employment firm Seyfarth Shaw, has seen his share of holiday parties that went awry, ranging from uncomfortable to downright tragic.
Judge Pasquale Nobile de Santis ordered Berlusconi to carry out volunteer work in the home "once a week and for a period of no less than four consecutive hours".
Fifteen years after sledging to the South Pole, Amundsen took an airship to the North Pole with Ellsworth and Nobile, and we can only speculate what other adventures were stalled by the war.
The revelation was made by late historian and author William Manchester to Philip Nobile, a former staff writer for Esquire and New York magazine, in the mid-70s, the New York Post reported.