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No·va·ra

 (nō-vär′ə, -vä′rä)
A city of northwest Italy west of Milan. It is an agricultural and industrial center.

Novara

(Italian noˈvaːra)
n
(Placename) a city in NW Italy, in NE Piedmont: scene of the Austrian defeat of the Piedmontese in 1849. Pop: 100 910 (2001)

No•va•ra

(noʊˈvɑr ə)

n.
a city in NE Piedmont, in NW Italy. 102,086.
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Morimoto, 24, was shifted from Italy's Catania to Novara on a part share last season, but he returned to Catania after Novara were relegated.
In Italy, leaders Juventus stayed three points clear in Serie A after they thumped lowly Novara 4-0 and second-placed AC Milan won 4-1 at Siena with Antonio Cassano scoring for the first time since heart surgery in October.
29 December 2011 - Fitch on Wednesday terminated the ratings of Italian Banca Popolare di Novara after the completion of its merger into its parent, Banco Popolare.
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