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reate

(riːt)
n
(Plants) archaic a type of crowfoot
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For this paper, we extracted information from http://cnt.rm.ingv.it/, following the devastating earthquake in Rieti. Since the distribution in space and time of the seismicity plays a crucial role for numerical simulation we analysed the data extracted for the following periods of time:
The bodies had been stored in Rieti and officials said it would be easier to hold a mass funeral there rather than in the devastated Amatrice, but Prime Minister Matteo Renzi ordered a change of plan in the face of the local anger.
Italy's national blood drive association appealed for donations to Rieti's hospital.
2007: Asafa Powell broke the world record for the 100 metres by threehundredths of a second after running 9.74 seconds at the Rieti Grand Prix in Italy.
She did, however, demonstrate she was back to her best with a dominant run at the Rieti World Challenge in September with a time of 1:58.92, according to the report.
I'm excited to see how it'll all pan out, who'll do what," added Judd, who next week heads to Rieti in Italy for the European Junior Championships.
It wasn't as fast as the 48.20 lap he clocked enroute to his previous record, 1: 41.01, set in the Italian town of Rieti two years ago, but the 2011 world champion continued to push hard over the next 200m.
With the quickest recorded time, a 3:56.18 in Rieti, Italy in 2006, of all 12 competitors, the 27-year-old has the pedigree to carry her all the way to glory.
A significant role in the most recent DVD of the opera performed in Czech is played by the sets created by Nicky Rieti and the costumes designed by Elizabeth Neumuller - they captivate you immediately after the curtain has risen.
Rudisha, 21, broke the 800 metres world record twice in the space of a week in August, initially clocking 1min 41.09sec in Berlin to break the record set by Wilson Kipketer 13 years earlier, before running 1:41.01 in Rieti seven days later.
By Barbara Rieti. (Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2008.
The Liverpool Pembroke Sefton athlete produced a remarkable run at the meeting in Rieti as he carved over half a second off his previous fastest time.