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Rapallo

(Italian raˈpallo)
n
(Placename) a port and resort in NW Italy, in Liguria on the Gulf of Rapallo (an inlet of the Ligurian Sea): scene of the signing of two treaties after World War I. Pop: 29 159 (2001)
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My brother writes as follows about the origin of the first part of "Zarathustra":--"In the winter of 1882-83, I was living on the charming little Gulf of Rapallo, not far from Genoa, and between Chiavari and Cape Porto Fino.
Rock Team was previously the Mining Engineering arm of Rapallo but now operates under Rapallo.
The first team's achievement has resulted in Northumberland county squad call-ups for Tom Reid, Ryan Rapallo, Henry Cotton and Rhys Johnstone.
Several years after they met, having relocated from Paris to Rapallo, Rudge (1895-1996) and Pound (1885-1972) composed an unfinished detective novel, a clue-puzzle murder mystery, The Blue Spill.
So instead of driving from our coastal base at Rapallo we elected to catch a late morning train to arrive in good time to enjoy a leisurely lunch before heading for the Stadio Luigi Ferraris.
A The Treaty of Versailles B The Treaty of Rapallo C The Treaty of Portsmouth D The Treaty of Rome 4.
(21) The members of the new court therefore were: Sanford Church as Chief Judge, with William Allen, Rufus Peckham, Martin Grover, Charles Rapallo, Charles Andrews and Charles Folger as associate judges.
They relocated, in 1925, to a picturesque hotel in Rapallo, a beautiful sea town in the province of Genoa, on the bright blue Tigullio Gulf.
We drive from the colourful beach of Santa Margherita to the town of Rapallo. After preparing a lunch of handmade ravioli in a rich, herby sauce, chefs at a traditional hilltop restaurant show us how to make bread stuffed with creamy stracchino cheese.