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  Salerno   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Salerno on the Tyrrhenian Sea, originally probably a Doric colony, was from the sixth to the eleventh century under the rule of the Lombards, and from 1075 to 1130 under that of the Normans.
Salerno was destined to cultivate for a long time Greek medical science in undimmed purity, until the twelfth century saw the school fall a victim to the all-powerful Arab influence.
Salerno's empirical orientation endured in the compilation of ob-gyn lore known as Trotula, while its theoretical contributions were preferred by a Scholastic master such as Gerard de Berry who wrote a Commentary on the Viaticum of Constantine.
idcs0100.lib.iup.edu /WestCivI/salerno.htm   (2071 words)

 United States v. Salerno
Salerno objected to the admission of this testimony, some of which was not offered by the government at the first trial, arguing that it was not in furtherance of the charged conspiracy, that it concerned uncharged acts, and that its probative value was substantially outweighed by its unfair prejudice.
At Salerno's retrial, the government needed to prove that the charged enterprise existed, that defendant was a member of it, and that the enterprise engaged in racketeering activity (in addition to proving the various elements for murder and conspiracy to commit murder).
Salerno first contends that he was prejudiced by the government's belated disclosure of the scale model, as well as the government's failure to disclose a written summary of the "expert" testimony of the model builder.
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At the death of Guiscard his states were divided; Salerno was inherited by Roger, who was succeeded (1111) by his son William; at the latter's death Salerno gave itself to Roger II of Sicily (1127), from whom it was taken by the Emperor Lothair (1137), although the latter was unable to hold it.
In 1196 Salerno was again besieged, by land and sea, for having held Constance, wife of Henry IV, a prisoner.
The heirs of the first princes of the House of Anjou bore the title of Prince of Salerno; John II invested with it Girolamo Colanna, nephew of Martin V. Charles V suppressed the principality, but the province continued to be called Principality of Salerno.
www.catholicity.com /encyclopedia/s/salerno.html   (1421 words)

Salerno [**10] says that if the person asks him who he is, he will say: "Who am I? I'm the f-----g boss." T. In an intercept in February, 1984, Vincent Cafaro, his son Thomas Cafaro, and a third individual are overheard discussing an Uzi machine gun in their possession at 2244 First Avenue.
Salerno requested that Fratianno and Lonardo be produced for cross-examination to attack the credibility of each witness by exploring his criminal past and his agreement [*1373] with the government.
Salerno did proffer that if cross-examined, both witnesses were impeachable based upon their prior bad acts and their "deals with the government." T. The court declines to order the production of the witnesses and does rely in part upon the government's proffer as to the substance of their testimony if called.
www.ipsn.org /court_cases/us_vs_salerno-1986-04-02.htm   (5594 words)

 Salerno - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Salerno is a town and a province capital in Campania, south-western Italy, located on the gulf of the same name on the Tyrrhenian Sea.
Henry's son, Frederick II, moreover, issued a series of edicts that reduced Salerno's role in favour of Naples (in particular, the foundation of the University of Naples in that city).
The economy of Salerno is mainly based on services and tourism, as most of the city's manufacturing base did not survive the economic crisis of the 1970s.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Salerno   (1988 words)

 History of Salerno
In September 1943, Salerno was the scene of the landing of the allies and from February 12th to July 17th 1944 it gave hospitality to the Government of Badoglio.
Salerno appears more and more as a welcoming community for tourists from all over the world with its enchanting historical centre where it is possible to admire both the traces of its ancient history and the fervour of artisan shops and places for cultural and musical aggregation attended by thousands of people.
Salerno is a charming synthesis of what the Mediterranean can offer to anyone who wants to know it more closely.
www.salernocity.com /turismo/Salernostorica/Introduzione/default_ing.asp   (821 words)

 7. United States v. Salerno
Salerno represents the most recent refinement of the regulatory/punitive dichotomy: the civil detention of adults to prevent future criminal conduct.
Salerno appealed his pretrial detention to the Second Circuit Court of Appeals,[360] challenging both the sufficiency of the evidence of future dangerousness and the constitutionality of the Bail Reform Act.
Disposing of Salerno's challenge based on the Excessive Bail Clause of the Eighth Amendment, the Court dismissed the argument that the Constitution's prohibition against excessive bail amounts to a requirement that bail always be provided.
biotech.law.lsu.edu /cphl/articles/hastings/hastings-7_.htm   (2372 words)

 Salerno: Preparations for Invasion
The steep and rocky Sorrento Peninsula, with the town of Salerno at its base, is the northwest bastion of the mountain wall, which sweeps inland and southward in a great bow to meet the sea again at Agropoli.
The Sele River, which bisects the Salerno plain, was to be the boundary between the British 10 Corps on the left and the United States VI Corps on the right.
In the Salerno area, the 16th Panzer Division was assigned the defense of the beaches from the Sorrento Peninsula to Agropoli, sharing the defense of this coast with Italian troops (Map No. 2, faces page 5).
www.army.mil /cmh-pg/books/wwii/salerno/sal-prep.htm   (3847 words)

 SALERNO: American Operations From the Beaches to the Volturno 9 September - 6 October 1943
Salerno: American Operations From the Beaches to the Volturno (9 September-6 October 1943) is one of a series of fourteen studies of World War II operations originally published by the War Department's Historical Division and now returned to print as part of the Army's commemoration of the fiftieth anniversary of that momentous clash of arms.
Salerno: The American Operations from the Beaches to the Volturno is an account of the American forces who landed on the beaches in the Gulf of Salerno.
The panoramic sketch of the Salerno battleground is by Col. W.
www.army.mil /cmh-pg/books/wwii/salerno/sal-fm.htm   (625 words)

 Italian Language School and Culture Center in Salerno, Italy - Accademia Leonardo
Salerno is about 15 minutes drive from the archeological site of Pompei, 30 minutes drive from the archeological site of Paestum and Naples, about 45 minutes boat ride to reach Capri.
Salerno is one of the most beautiful cities in Italy and, together with its vast province, offers a large number of attractions.
In the same period, the council initiative of Open Doors at Salerno (Salerno porte aperte), which is regularly promoted throughout the year, offers the possibility of visiting all the museums and monuments of the city free of charge.
www.accademialeonardo.it /italian-language/school-salerno-italy.jsp   (588 words)

 Equine Kingdom - Salerno
There was no fixed breeding program for the Salerno until the 1780s, when they began to be selectively bred at the Persano Stud in Italy.
The infusions of Thoroughbred blood had the obvious effect of greatly refining and improving the Salerno, and also led to a general average increase in size.
In fact, tow of the most famous Salerno horses were probably Merano and Posillipo; the former was ridden to victory by Raimondo d'Inzeo at the 1956 World Showjumping Championships, and the latter won him the individual gold medal at the 1960 Olympics.
www.equinekingdom.com /breeds/light_horses/salerno.htm   (372 words)

 Welcome to Salerno
Salerno is a very beautiful city situated in the middle of two enchanting coasts, the Amalfi and Cilento coasts...
The Castle of Salerno makes part of a powerful defensive plan in the VIII century by...
Minori is situated on the Amalfitan Coast at the centre of a large inlet between...
www.salernocity.com /rubriche/inglese.asp   (138 words)

 SignOnSanDiego.com > News > Obituaries -- Vincent Salerno, 78; versatile jazz-band piano player
Salerno was a fixture in The Variations, a sometimes trio, sometimes six-piece band that was based for more than a decade at Hotel del Coronado.
Vincent Frank Salerno, whose roots were in Sicily, was born in Uniontown, Pa., and raised in Detroit.
Salerno joined the rest of his family in moving to San Diego and rode the crest of big-band popularity.
www.signonsandiego.com /news/obituaries/20031010-9999_1m10salerno.html   (864 words)

 Welcome to Salerno's
Salerno's is the perfect location for your special event.
Salerno's offers consistently high levels of service and quality to ensure that you receive the personal touches you deserve.
Salerno's offers lots of historical charm in an original ball room with its ornamental tin ceilings and handcrafted Mahogany bar, reminiscent of an era gone by.
www.salernosfunctions.com   (187 words)

 Shane Salerno Biography :: Hollywood.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
During his senior year of high school in San Diego, Salerno wrote, directed and produced an impressive documentary "Sundown: The Future of Children and Drugs." The documentary was shown on public access and received widespread attention and praise.
These breaks led Salerno to the job of helping with the re-write of "Armageddon" and from there he scored the screenplay and story credits for the 2000 remake of "Shaft" with John Singleton.
The show was cancelled after one season but Salerno began working on other television pilot ideas for the 2004 season, both related and non-related to the characters of UC.
www.hollywood.com /celebs/fulldetail/id/199025   (893 words)

 Learn Italian in Salerno, Italian language school Salerno, Italy
Salerno is ideally located, right on the Amalfi coast, with beautiful towns such as Sorrento, Positano and Amalfi just a short drive way.
Salerno itself has escaped mass tourism, and is therefore ‘authentically Italian’, with a beautiful historic centre, as well as long seafront promenade, with magnificent views over the Gulf of Salerno.
Our Italian language school in Salerno is located in the centre of the city, on the seafront promenade, in one of the most beautiful streets in Salerno.
www.applelanguages.com /en/learn/italian/italy/salerno.php   (577 words)

 Salerno, Italy 1943
It was on a cool September morning in 1943, that the Allies had begun the riskiest amphibious operation of the entire Second World War.
Salerno was one of few possible landing sites, and purposely the 26th Panzer Division was deployed right in the vicinity to defend the Salerno coast.
The intensity of the Salerno Battle is often overlooked, and is a monumentous victory often unappreciated.
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 Salerno Hostels
Salerno has nothing really special to offer, but is quieter than Naples and from the train station to the hostel is a nice walk.
From Salerno Harbour leaves boats to the Amalfi coast and Capri (2 different boats leaving from 2 different parts of the harbour).
Salerno is a great base for exploring the Amalfi coast.
www.hostelz.com /hostels/Italy/Campania/Salerno   (390 words)

 Italian Course in Salerno :: Learn Italian in Salerno
The school is situated in one of the most beautiful and popular streets of Salerno, Via Roma, a short distance from the medieval Cathedral Square and right in the heart of the historical and artistic centre of town.
Salerno is ideally placed for those who wish to explore some of Italy's most beautiful landcapes, with the pretty Amalfi coast to the north, and the archaeological site of Paestum and rugged Cilento Coast to the south.
Within Salerno itself, however, there are some historic buildings worth a visit, even if they have lost some of their former glory due to the 1980 earthquake: these places include the 11th century Cathedral, the Castello di Arechi and the Museo Archeologico Provinciale.
cactuslanguage.com /en/languages/italian/italy/salerno.php?...   (480 words)

History has bequeathed to modern day Salerno an artistic treasure of inestimable value which bears witness to the civilizations which have left their mark over the centuries.
The christianization of the city in the sixth century led to the contruction of numerous churches, many of which are still splendidly conserved today.
Salerno rivals nearby Naples in terms of its touristic interest not only for its art and archaeological treasures, its traditions and folklore but also because of its open mindedness, spontaneous character and the innate sympathy of its maritime people.
www.iterteam.it /eng/salerno/index.html   (142 words)

 Hotel Salerno, Hotels Salerno, Welcome, Salerno, Hospitality Salerno, Lodge Salerno, Lodges Salerno, Lodging Salerno, ...
Salerno, with its industrial port and with the evenness of the roofs of the houses, is surrounded by a plain which is gently enclosed by green hillsides and by an incredibly calm sea.
The city possesses an infinite number of artistic and architectural treasure from all the eras and in all styles; in addition, particularly striking are: the beautiful Arechi castle which overlooks the city, the splendid Romanesque cathedral, the Etruscan-Samnite necropolis.
Salerno is a place where the East and the West seem to blend together, producing astonishing panoramas, cultures and traditions.
www.emmeti.it /Welcome/Campania/Salernitano/Salerno/index.uk.html   (248 words)

 About The Salerno Theatre Co., Tampa Bay's Musical Theatre Company!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Salerno was created for several reasons and with several goals.
The Salerno Theatre Co. flourishes by building a powerful, passionate, and dynamic artistic community whose primary task is to celebrate, through musical theatre performances, the common humanity binding us all together with our youthful spirit and eclectic, artist-driven approach.”
In the short term, Salerno will grow into a professional non-Equity theatre company, thereby giving actors the ability to turn their own dreams into realities with hard work on an ongoing basis.
www.salernotheatre.com /about.html   (356 words)

 NJPoets.com - Skylands Writers & Artists Assoc., Inc. - Joseph Francis Salerno
Joe Salerno, as he prefered to be called, was born in the Bronx on April 2, 1947, and moved to New Jersey with his family when he was seven.
Although Salerno received his doctoral degree and taught for some years at the undergraduate level, the concerns of marriage and family compelled him to work in the private sector as a technical writer, a job he did surpassingly well in spite of a lifelong aversion to technology.
Joe Salerno died of lung cancer on November 22,1995, and is survived by his wife, Beverly, and his three children, David, Miriam, and Daniel.
users.tellurian.com /swaa/Salerno.html   (614 words)

General Aspects: The town lies at the centre of the Gulf, at the mouth of the Irno River valley, not far from Piana del Sele.
Robert Guiscard, the Norman ruler, conquered Salerno in 1077, making it the capital of his dominions; the foundation of the famous Scuola Medica Salernitana (school of medicine) enhanced its importance.
Salerno's economy, facilitated by the lines of communication, was based on the marketing of agricultural products and on maritime activities.
www.brown.edu /Departments/Italian_Studies/dweb/images/maps/decworld/salerno.shtml   (159 words)

 Salerno   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Salerno was one of the bloodier, more critical operations of the Second World War.
For a time the action hung in the balance as strong enemy counterattacks smashed and threatened the very existence of the initial beachhead.
But at the last a gallant defense held firm and Salerno was won.
www.kwanah.com /txmilmus/36division/archives/salerno/salerno.htm?ref=www.texasmilitarymuseums.org   (243 words)

 Around Naples Encyclopedia 24
Her native Lombard Duchy of Salerno was by 1050 already in trouble, at least potentially.
When the time came, as it had to, for Robert of Hauteville to demand the surrender of Salerno, the last remaining large Lombard Duchy in the South, it was no doubt his wife who kept him from simply attacking her native city outright.
She was a lifelong friend of the archbishop of Salerno, who was a close friend of Pope Gregory.
faculty.ed.umuc.edu /~jmatthew/naples/blog24.html   (11913 words)

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