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  Magenta, Italy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Magenta is a town in Milan province in Lombardy in northern Italy.
The colour Magenta is named after the battle, and hence indirectly after the town.
This is the town where St. Gianna Beretta Molla was born on October 4, 1922.
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 THIRTY YEARS' WAR - LoveToKnow Article on THIRTY YEARS' WAR   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
In Italy Crequi was killed in an action on the I7th of March, and the Spanish commander in the Milanese, Leganez, advanced to the Scsia and took Vercelli.
In Italy Thomas of Savoy and his brother, submitting to the regency of the duchess, led her troops in concert with the French against the Spaniards of the Milanese, and took Tortona.
In Italy, where the Tuscan fortresses were attacked, the French and Prince Thomas their ally were completely checked at first, until Mazarin sent a fresh t.
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 Stichting Magenta - Other Magenta's around the World.
Contemporary Magenta is a communications centre between Milan and Turin; its chief industries are the manufacture of matches, cotton and artificial silk, and machinery.
Magenta defines popmusic towards the millennium, and the world will soon notice this fact.
MAGENTA setzt klare Zeichen, damit Sie sich erfolgreich präsentieren.
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 info: Italy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Italy’s new voting system may yield political stalemate (Financial Times)What Italy needs most, after the general election on Sunday and Monday, is a strong government with a clear parliamentary majority that can implement economic reforms.
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 Search Results for "Magenta"
Magenta, town, Italy, (majan´ta) (KEY), town (1991 pop.
...fuchsin, (fyook´sin) (KEY) or magenta (mjen´t) (KEY), bright red dyestuff consisting of the mixed hydrochlorides or acetates of rosaniline and pararosaniline.
...A brilliant red colour derived from coal-tar, named in commemoration of the battle of Magenta, which was fought in 1859.
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 TheTravelzine.com Italy Winter 2004 Magenta
Magenta is just 25 km from the airport and some intensive net-sleuthing yielded the desired result.
He took us on a brief tour of the town, which is famous in Italy as the place the French and Sardinians defeated the Austrians (the Battle of Magenta) during the Franco-Piedmontese War, which led to the independence of Italy.
Finding Magenta turned out to be a big win because there were Ziners (travel discussion group members) living close enough to enable us to arrange a get-together for the evening.
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 Blessed Gianna Beretta Molla
Gianna Beretta Molla was born in Magenta (Milan), Italy, on 4 October 1922, the 10th of 13 children.
She diligently dedicated herself to studies during the years of her secondary and university education, while, at the same time, applying her faith in generous apostolic service among the elderly and needy as a member of the St Vincent de Paul Society.
They were married on 24 September 1955 in St Martin's Basilica in Magenta, and she became a happy wife.
www.savior.org /saints/molla.htm   (575 words)

  
 Taiko History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
On 22nd July 1867, the Magenta was in the South Pacific Ocean at 39 23'S 125 58' W, south of the Tubuai Islands, when a crew member shot a large petrel from the deck of the ship.
The bird was recorded as a new species "the Magenta Petrel" (Aestrelata magentae) by the Italian naturalists Gigliolo and Salvadori (1868).
Labelled "Magenta Petrel", it had been collected in 1867 by the crew of the Italian research ship Magenta, 800 kilometres east of the Chatham Islands.
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 Italy Italia Sightseeing Tourist Information Map Hotels
Visitors to Italy may be required to demonstrate to the police upon arrival sufficient financial means to support themselves while in Italy.
Travelers in northern Italy, especially in winter, should be aware of ground fog and poor visibility, which cause numerous multiple-car accidents each year.
It is advisable to contact the Embassy of Italy in Washington or one of Italy's Consulates in the United States for specific information regarding customs requirements.
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 handprint : magenta watercolors
"Magenta" was originally a red violet aniline dye, first produced by Natanson in 1858, and named to commemorate a battle in that year at Magenta, Italy.
Winsor & Newton quinacridone magenta is one of the better paints sampled here, with a very fine pigment texture, a chroma just under 60 and a slight red bias to the color that shifts toward violet in tints.
The measured hue is nearly identical to quinacridone magenta (PR122) but because of its darker value and lower chroma it appears bluer, especially in tints.
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 ArtLex's M-Mao page
Magenta is one of the four colors in the four color process for reproduction color in print called CMYK.
The CMYK process creates the color spectrum using cyan, magenta, yellow, and fl.
Italy, Florence, around 1425-1450, Bowl inscribed with the Arms of Florence, tin-glazed earthenware, height 8 cm, diameter 64 cm, Louvre.
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 Magenta, Marne - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Magenta is a town and commune in the Marne département of France.
It shares its name with the better-known town of Magenta, Italy.
This page was last modified 09:09, 3 April 2006.
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 AllRefer.com - Magenta, town, Italy, Italy (Italian Political Geography) - Encyclopedia
AllRefer.com - Magenta, town, Italy, Italy (Italian Political Geography) - Encyclopedia
At the Ticino River nearby, the French and the Sardinians won a decisive victory (1859) over the Austrians, which opened the way to Milan.
General MacMahon was made duke of Magenta by Napoleon III for his leading role in the battle.
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 MAGENTA - LoveToKnow Article on MAGENTA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
, a town of Lombardy, Italy, in the province of Milan, 16 m.
A crimsonpurple aniline dye, discovered about the time of the battle, was given from it the name of magenta,
To properly cite this MAGENTA article in your work, copy the complete reference below:
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Magenta is (in pigment terms) is one of the three primary colors used in printing (the others being Cyan and Yellow, along with fl) and falls directly between red and violet on a color wheel.
Mara's lightsaber is Magenta not purple, or violet, as was her one as the Emperor's hand.
In by the emperor's hand her colors switch between violet and magenta depending on the shade used on the entire page.
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 SESTRIERE, Italy (AP) -- France's Karine Ruby beat her nearest rival by over wo seconds Sunday to win a fourth consecutive Snowboard World Cup giant slalom race and maintain a commanding lead in the season standings.
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 St. Gianna Beretta Molla
Gianna Beretta was born in Magenta, Italy, on October 4, 1922.
She was tenth of the 13 offspring of admirable parents, who gave to their children a strong sense of prayer and trust in God's providence.
Gianna, a highly talented young woman, called, as she felt, to the medical profession, won doctoral degrees in medicine and surgery in 1949 at the University of Pavia.
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 The Valley Catholic Newspaper - Roman Catholic Diocese of San Jose in California   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Born in 1922 near Milan in Magenta, Italy, St. Molla is often called the "pro-life saint." She died of a uterine tumor in 1962, just one week after giving birth to her fourth child, who was present at the ceremony.
A doctor and surgeon, St. Molla had refused to undergo any treatment that may have saved her life but would have put the fetus she was carrying at risk.
She was born near Cremona, Italy, in 1816 and lived until 1865.
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 Zenit News Agency - The World Seen From Rome
In the silence of the monastery, he was dedicated to prayer, the teaching of theology, and manual labor.
Doctor, wife and mother of a family, and member of Catholic Action, she was born on Oct. 4, 1922, in Magenta, Italy, and died on April 28, 1962.
-- Nemesia (Julia) Valle, religious of the Institute of Charity, was born on June 26, 1747, in Aosta, Italy, and died on Dec. 18, 1916.
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With reference to the first test of an Atomic Bomb, 65 miles to the northwest, "Alamogordo could be the altar on which the whole earth was set up as a burnt offering." (Charlton,1986).
magenta: The Battle of Magenta (Italy), fought between the Austrian Army and Franco-Sardinian troops, took place on June 4, 1859.
Because it was so bloody, magenta, a red dye discovered soon after the battle, was named after the town.
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 Patron Saints Index: Saint Gianna Beretta Molla
Physician and surgeon, graduating from the University of Pavia in 1949, she started a clinic in Mero, Italy in 1950.
She considered a call to religious life, but was married to Pietro Molla on 24 September 1955 at Magenta.
Mother of three, she continued her medical career, treating it as a mission and gift from God.
www.catholic-forum.com /saints/saintgaq.htm   (282 words)

  
 Pro-life icon canonized: St. Gianna Beretta Molla
She was born in Magenta, Italy, on Oct. 4, 1922, in a family of 13 siblings.
She received her doctor's degree in medicine and surgery in 1949 from the University of Pavia, and in 1950 opened an outpatient clinic in Mesero.
On Sept. 24, 1955, Gianna married engineer Pietro Molla, also a member of Catholic Action, in Magenta.
www.michaeljournal.org /mollae.htm   (573 words)

  
 The New York Times: Sights and Activities
Noted for its medieval architecture, the Basilica of St. Ambrose was consecrated by St. Ambrose in AD 387 and was the model for all Lombard Romanesque churches.
This intricate Gothic structure - Italy's largest - was begun by Galeazzo Visconti III (1351-1402), first duke of Milan, in 1386.
Although portions of this church were designed by Bramante, it plays second fiddle to the Cenacolo Vinciano, the former rectory next door, where, over a three-year period, Leonardo da Vinci painted The Last Supper.
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Last week the Amazing Race said goodbye to Team Boriqua and headed off to Sicily, Italy, where our favorite Ambiguously Gay Casanovas were up to their usual "are they or aren't they?" hijinks.
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Getty was so disgusted that he turned his back on Italy and sold the palazzo, which is how this extraordinary place came to be available to the paying guest.
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 gianna   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Gianna was born in Magenta (Milan), Italy in 1922.
She went on to earn degrees in medicine and surgery from the University of Pavia in 1949.
Then she opened a medical clinic in Mesero (near Magenta) in 1950.
www.monksofadoration.org /gianna.html   (613 words)

  
 SNS Currents - September 2003 - For use outside the U.S. only
The author of this paper reports that in Italy sacral neuromodulation is efficient in improving the economic management of patients with lower urinary tract dysfunction.
Improvement is seen not only in the reduction of daily consumption of pads and catheters, but also in a reduction of costs due to general practitioner visits, urological visits, diagnostic tests, and drug consumption.
The history and impact of sacral nerve modulation on the practice of urology was considered, and the minimally invasive tined lead and two-stage procedure were introduced.
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 Media Articles   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Gianna, however, was a real person; she lived and worked in a concrete geographical setting, the Lombardy plain (Italy), between the years 1922-1962.
Born at Magenta, on 4 October 19922, she had her primary education at Bergamo and attended Grammar school on the Ligurian Riviera (at Genoa-Quinto al Mare and Albaro).She then attended university courses in Milan and Pavia, studying medicine and surgery.
While a university student, residing at Magenta, she was active in Catholic Action.
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 MSN Encarta - Search Results - magenta
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Here in Italy the Magenta bike is not imported so the code is not into paints database.
They have a formulation for it but it's incorrect and a waste of money (I know because I deal with PPG all the time and they have tried to match the RP166 magenta and the R274 Candy Red (and the R114 and R176 reds) without success.
I'm not aware of any companies in Italy doing this paint, but you can ask the above ones and see if they can help.
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 Milan Smart Travel Tips | Fodor's Online Travel Guide
The address of the nearest open location is posted in every pharmacy window.
In Milan, a refurbished 1920s tram car operates a hop-on-hop-off tour of the city.
Bergamo (Vicolo Aquila Nera at Piazza Vecchia, Upper Bergamo, Bergamo, Italy.
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Molla is the first woman of Catholic Action who will be proclaimed a saint.
The fruit of her faith was reflected in her apostolate in Catholic Action and the St. Vincent de Paul Society, where she dedicated herself to young people and charitable service to the elderly and needy.
Her work did not impede her from engaging in her favorite sports, skiing and mountain climbing.
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