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quartier

(ˈkɑːtɪeɪ)
n
(Placename) a city district
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We walked together along the sala, and as I took its magnificent measure I said to her that I was afraid it would not form a part of my quartiere. Were my rooms by chance to be among those that opened into it?
quartiere catanese della Civita, che il commediografo, allora capitano
Contract notice: Granting of the management of the "Sante Diomede" sports field in via Sardegna - Quartiere San Paolo - Municipio 3 Bari
Secondo il leader della Lega Nord bisogna effettuare una pulizia 'via per via, quartiere per quartiere e con le maniere forti se serve, perche ci sono interi pezzi d'Italia fuori controllo...Non vedo l'ora una volta al governo di controllare i confini come si faceva una volta e usare le navi della Marina Militare per soccorre e riportare indietro i finti profughi' (F.Q., 2017).
Reallabore, insbesondere langfristig und uber mehrere Ebenen--von Haushalten uber Quartiere bis zu ganzen Stadten--angelegte urbane Reallabore (siehe Schneidewind et al.
La Parte III, intitolata "l'America", si snoda infatti tra New York, vissuta soprattutto nel quartiere-ghetto multi-etnico di Harlem dove abita Gregorio, e Cagliari, condensata nel suo quartiere quasi altrettanto multi-etnico della Marina dove vive Felicita, sua madre.
It's a few decades since the family-run business hosted a neighbourhood oven - forno di quartiere - used by those living nearby to bake their breads.
But in the historic center of Rome alongside the Tiber River, Rome's quartiere ebraico, known as the Jewish ghetto, is alive and well, a bustling oasis of Jewish life.
It's a few decades since the family-run bakery hosted a neighbourhood oven - forno di quartiere - used by those living nearby to bake their breads.
Cervellati y Scannavini hicieron gran enfasis en este aspecto promoviendo vivienda social, incrementando zonas verdes y equipamientos y fomentando la participacion social a partir de los "Consigli di Quartiere".
Este hecho marcaria el nacimiento de la Plaza de Espana, la cual estaba presidida por el palacio de la embajada y configuraria el quartiere o barrio espanol en el cual las autoridades enviadas por el rey catolico ejercian patronazgo y jurisdiccion, en especial, de justicia.
All the while, some 100,000 natives were crowded in quartiere indigeno (native quarter), eking out their age-old life and enjoying none of la dolce vita that colonialism brought into their region.