Terni


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Terni

(Italian ˈtɛrni)
n
(Placename) an industrial city in central Italy, in Umbria: site of waterfalls created in Roman times. Pop: 105 018 (2001)
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Ter•ni

(ˈtɛər ni)

n.
a city in central Italy. 110,704.
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One evening he tied two cats together by their hind legs with a string about six feet in length, and threw them from the wall into the midst of that noble, that princely, that royal bed, which contained not only the "Cornelius de Witt," but also the "Beauty of Brabant," milk-white, edged with purple and pink, the "Marble of Rotterdam," colour of flax, blossoms feathered red and flesh colour, the "Wonder of Haarlem," the "Colombin obscur," and the "Columbin clair terni."
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En vue de redorer quelque peu le blason terni de la capitale des Hammadites, le wali de Bejaia compte lancer une vaste operation de nettoiement des arteres de la ville.
Industrial company Harsco (NYSE:HSC) said on Tuesday that it has renewed contracts of several Harsco Metals & Minerals onsite mill services at the ThyssenKrupp-owned Acciai Speciali Terni (AST) stainless steel works in Terni, Italy.
Several hundred activists, including workers from the Acciai Speciali Terni (AST) plant in Terni, in the Umbria region, marched through the streets of Rome to oppose ThyssenKrupp's lay-off plan, which is aimed at cutting costs by E100 million a year, RT reported.
The company hopes that it will also find a buyer for its stainless steel mill in Terni, Italy, in the longer run, he said.
Italy's Acciai Speciali Terni (AST) and Germany's Outokumpu VDM (VDM) will soon be falling into the hands of the German steel giant ThyssenKrupp AG (TK).