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fascio

(ˈfɑːʃəʊ)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) an organized political group, esp in 19th-century Italy
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engineering and architecture services - task of drafting the definitive and executive project, Supervision of works and safety coordination during the design and execution of restoration and refurbishment works of the former casa del fascio and of predappio hospitality, Located in predappio.
Ed e proprio per quieto vivere che i coniugi Bedarida si iscrissero al Fascio, cosa che era in quel tempo (fino a che non fu reso obbligatoro nel 1938) auspicabile se si voleva continuare a lavorare.
Etymologically, socialism derives from the same root as "social" and "society"; communism derives from the same root as "commune" and "community"; fascism derives from the Italian word fascismo, which derives from fascio, which means a bundle of rods tightly bound together (from fasces, Latin for "bundle" or "group").
(34) El rector Calamita designa como Presidente a Pascual Galindo, y como lugar de celebracion la Casa del Fascio. (35) Sin embargo, como en los casos anteriores, no pudo desarrollarse por la escasa implicacion y desinteres de las autoridades franquistas.
Ejemplo de ello lo encontramos en abril, con motivo de la llegada a Sevilla de cuatro altos jerarcas del Fascio italiano, a los que el general Queipo de Llano ofrecio un lunch y una cena en una venta tipica amenizada con su baile correspondiente (Archivo Municipal 1938a); o en mayo, con la visita de oficiales portugueses, los cuales pudieron presenciar en el Teatro San Fernando un espectaculo a beneficio de los gitanos en el que tomaron parte la bailaora Custodia Romero y el bailaor Rafael Ortega que interpretaron unas selectas danzas cales junto con la cantaora gitana Pepita Molina (ABC, 18 de mayo de 1938).
The nation had to fight the temptation of considering the generation that had grown under the sign of the littorio as ' a nonentity, dried up by the education received by the past regime', adding that no one could doubt that 'even the fascio had known how to obtain some good results in some areas'.
L'ombra lunga del Fascio: canali della propaganda fascista degli italoamericani.
Before that, fascio simply meant a bundle or group; but in 1914, the word "Fascista" was used for the first time and referred to members of a fascio, or a political group.
Scopriamo poi Livio: lui e Mina, appena adolescenti, erano stati amici, "legati dal segreto di due padri che si erano trovati insieme nella stessa sede del fascio prima di venir riportati ognuno alla propria casa, e scaraventati a terra" (La spirale della tigre 209).
Tales nucleos cerrados son los depositarios del arca de la pura y genuina argentinidad; en la madera misma del arca, el doctor Tonio Le Fanu se encargara, por cierto, de injertar los mas pujantes brotes del Fascio, sin excluir, a fe mia, las proficuas lecciones de un nativismo bien entendido.
Fascio from ATECA SAS for the provision of hollow spheres and for her contribution.