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Tevere

(ˈteːvere)
n
(Placename) the Italian name for the Tiber
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Ti•ber

(ˈtaɪ bər)

n.
a river in central Italy, flowing through Rome into the Mediterranean. 244 mi. (395 km) long. Italian, Tevere.
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Noun1.Tevere - a river of central ItalyTevere - a river of central Italy; flows through Rome to the Tyrrhenian Sea
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Una lettura meno superficiale del testo udaista viene da Giuseppe Ungaretti che su Il Tevere scrive:
(1) Complex Operative Unit of Obstetrics and Gynecology, "Alto Tevere" Hospital of Citta di Castello, ASL1 Umbria, Via Luigi Angelini 10, 06012 Citta di Castello, Italy
O texto da lei considera proibicoes e permissoes em areas naturais protegidas e areas verdes publicas, com mencao especial ao vale do Tevere. Tambem em seu artigo 2[degrees], o PRIP insere os artigos 49 e 153 da Lei n.
Consacrato dalla rocambolesca immersione in un Tevere radioattivo, il periferico supereroe Enzo Ceccotti conquista il cuore della Citta Eterna e, dalla cima del Colosseo, ne veglia epicamente la narrazione 2.0.
4145 Italian Textile Machinery Mfcrs, Via Tevere 1 Milan Italy 20123 Tel: +39-024693611 Email: info@acimit.it Web: www.acimit.it
The conference is funded by the University of Turin and the Compagnia di San Paolo Foundation and co-sponsored by the "Religion and Politics" standing group of the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR), the IPSA RC 43 "Religion and Politics" research group and the Istituto Tevere, based in Rome.
IN 2008, THE COLLAPSE OF THE HOUSING MARKET threw Patrick Tevere, 54, a single father and Sarasota tile layer, out of work.
Poco despues de su traslado a Roma, al menos ya el 24-XI-1946, denominaba ya a esa futura sede como Villa Tevere. Las obras empezaron en el verano de 1949 y se puso la ultima piedra el 9 de enero de 1960.
international swimming competition in the Tevere and a world bicycle